All by-election results since 1979
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By-electionDateParty in powerFormer MPPartyWinnerPartyCauseSwing, if changed hands
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Bradford West3/29/2012Con/LDMarsha SinghLabourGeorge GallowayRespectResignation 36.6
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Feltham and Heston12/15/2011Con/LDAlan KeenLabourSeema MalhotraLabourDeath
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Inverclyde30 June 2011Con/LDDavid CairnsLabourIain McKenzieLabourDeath
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Belfast West9 June 2011Con/LDGerry AdamsSinn FéinPaul MaskeySinn FéinResignation
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Leicester South5 May 2011Con/LDSir Peter SoulsbyLabourJon AshworthLabourResignation
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Barnsley Central3 March 2011Con/LDEric IllsleyLabour/ IndependentDan JarvisLabourResignation
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Oldham East and Saddleworth1/13/2011Con/LDPhil WoolasLabourDebbie AbrahamsLabourVoid election
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Glasgow North East11 December 2009LabourMichael MartinSpeakerWillie BainLabourResignation
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Norwich North7/23/2009LabourIan GibsonLabourChloe SmithConservativeResignation16.5
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Glenrothes11 June 2008LabourJohn MacDougallLabourLindsay RoyLabourDeath
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Glasgow East7/24/2008LabourDavid MarshallLabourJohn MasonSNPResignation22.5
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Haltemprice and Howden7 October 2008LabourDavid DavisConservativeDavid DavisConservativeResigned to recontest
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Henley6/26/2008LabourBoris JohnsonConservativeJohn HowellConservativeElection as Mayor of London
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Crewe and Nantwich5/22/2008LabourGwyneth DunwoodyLabourEdward TimpsonConservativeDeath 17.6
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Sedgefield7/19/2007LabourTony BlairLabourPhil WilsonLabourResignation on appointment as Middle East Envoy
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Ealing Southall7/19/2007LabourPiara KhabraLabourVirendra SharmaLabourDeath
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Bromley and Chislehurst6/29/2006LabourEric ForthConservativeBob NeillConservativeDeath
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Blaenau Gwent6/29/2006LabourPeter LawIndependentDai DaviesIndependentDeath
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Dunfermline and West Fife2 September 2006LabourRachel SquireLabourWillie RennieLiberal DemocratDeath 16.2
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Livingston9/29/2005LabourRobin CookLabourJim DevineLabourDeath
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Cheadle7/14/2005LabourPatsy CaltonLiberal DemocratMark HunterLiberal DemocratDeath
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Hartlepool9/30/2004LabourPeter MandelsonLabourIain WrightLabourResignation on appointment as European Commissioner
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Birmingham Hodge Hill7/15/2004LabourTerry DavisLabourLiam ByrneLabourResignation on appointment as Secretary-General of the Council of Europe
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Leicester South7/15/2004LabourJim MarshallLabourParmjit Singh GillLiberal DemocratDeath 21
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Brent East9/18/2003LabourPaul DaisleyLabourSarah TeatherLiberal DemocratDeath 29
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Ogmore2/14/2002LabourSir Raymond PowellLabourHuw Irranca-DaviesLabourDeath
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Ipswich11/22/2001LabourJamie CannLabourChris MoleLabourDeath
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Falkirk West12/21/2000LabourDennis CanavanLabour/ IndependentEric JoyceLabourResigned following election to the Scottish Parliament
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West Bromwich West11/23/2000LabourBetty BoothroydSpeakerAdrian BaileyLabourLife Peerage
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Preston11/23/2000LabourAudrey WiseLabourMark HendrickLabourDeath
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Glasgow Anniesland11/23/2000LabourDonald DewarLabourJohn RobertsonLabourDeath
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South Antrim21 September 2000LabourClifford ForsytheUlster UnionistWilliam McCreaDemocratic UnionistDeath 5.7
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Tottenham6/22/2000LabourBernie GrantLabourDavid LammyLabourDeath
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Romsey4 May 2000LabourMichael ColvinConservativeSandra GidleyLiberal DemocratDeath 12.6
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Ceredigion2 March 2000LabourCynog DafisPlaid CymruSimon ThomasPlaid CymruResigned following election to the Welsh Assembly
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Kensington and Chelsea11/25/1999LabourAlan ClarkConservativeMichael PortilloConservativeDeath
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Wigan9/23/1999LabourRoger StottLabourNeil TurnerLabourDeath
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Hamilton South9/23/1999LabourGeorge RobertsonLabourBill TynanLabourLife Peerage upon appointment as Secretary-General of NATO
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Eddisbury7/22/1999LabourAlastair GoodladConservativeStephen O'BrienConservativeAppointment as High Commissioner to Australia
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Leeds Central6 October 1999LabourDerek FatchettLabourHilary BennLabourDeath
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Winchester11/20/1997LabourMark OatenLiberal DemocratMark OatenLiberal DemocratVoid election
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Beckenham11/20/1997LabourPiers MerchantConservativeJacqui LaitConservativeResignation
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Paisley South11 June 1997LabourGordon McMasterLabourDouglas AlexanderLabourDeath
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Uxbridge7/31/1997LabourSir Michael ShersbyConservativeJohn RandallConservativeDeath
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Wirral South27 February 1997ConservativeBarry PorterConservativeBen ChapmanLabourDeath17.24
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Barnsley East12 December 1996ConservativeTerry PatchettLabourJeff EnnisLabourDeath
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South East Staffordshire11 April 1996ConservativeSir David LightbownConservativeBrian JenkinsLabourDeath22.06
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Hemsworth2 January 1996ConservativeDerek EnrightLabourJon TrickettLabourDeath
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Littleborough and Saddleworth27 July 1995ConservativeGeoffrey DickensConservativeChris DaviesLiberal DemocratDeath11.7
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North Down15 June 1995ConservativeSir James KilfedderUlster Popular UnionistRobert McCartneyUK UnionistDeath
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Perth and Kinross25 May 1995ConservativeSir Nicholas FairbairnConservativeRoseanna CunninghamSNPDeath11.6
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Islwyn2/16/1995ConservativeNeil KinnockLabourDon TouhigLabourAppointment as European Commissioner
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Dudley West15 December 1994ConservativeJohn BlackburnConservativeIan PearsonLabourDeath29.12
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Monklands East6/30/1994ConservativeJohn SmithLabourHelen LiddellLabourDeath
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Newham North East6 September 1994ConservativeRon LeightonLabourStephen TimmsLabourDeath
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Eastleigh9 June 1994ConservativeStephen MilliganConservativeDavid ChidgeyLiberal DemocratDeath 16.8
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Dagenham6 September 1994ConservativeBryan GouldLabourJudith ChurchLabourAppointment as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Waikato, New Zealand
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Bradford South6 September 1994ConservativeBob CryerLabourGerry SutcliffeLabourDeath
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Barking6 September 1994ConservativeJo RichardsonLabourMargaret HodgeLabourDeath
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Rotherham5 May 1994ConservativeJimmy BoyceLabourDenis MacShaneLabourDeath
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Christchurch29 July 1993ConservativeRobert AdleyConservativeDiana MaddockLiberal DemocratDeath35.4
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Newbury6 May 1993ConservativeJudith ChaplinConservativeDavid RendelLiberal DemocratDeath28.4
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Langbaurgh7 November 1991ConservativeRichard HoltConservativeAshok KumarLabourDeath9.1
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Kincardine and Deeside7 November 1991ConservativeAlick Buchanan-SmithConservativeNicol StephenLiberal DemocratDeath11.4
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Hemsworth11 July 1991ConservativeGeorge BuckleyLabourDerek EnrightLabourDeath
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Liverpool Walton7 April 1991ConservativeEric HefferLabourPeter KilfoyleLabourDeath
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Monmouth16 May 1991ConservativeSir John Stradling ThomasConservativeHuw EdwardsLabourDeath12.6
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Neath4 April 1991ConservativeDonald ColemanLabourPeter HainLabourDeath
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Ribble Valley7 March 1991ConservativeDavid WaddingtonConservativeMichael CarrLiberal DemocratLife Peerage on appointment as Leader of the House of Lords24.7
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Paisley South11/29/1990ConservativeNorman BuchanLabourGordon McMasterLabourDeath
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Paisley North11/29/1990ConservativeAllen AdamsLabourIrene AdamsLabourDeath
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Bradford North11 August 1990ConservativePat WallLabourTerry RooneyLabourDeath
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Bootle11 August 1990ConservativeMichael CarrLabourJoseph BentonLabourDeath
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Eastbourne18 October 1990ConservativeIan GowConservativeDavid BellottiLiberal DemocratDeath 20
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Knowsley South9/27/1990ConservativeSean HughesLabourEdward O'HaraLabourDeath
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Bootle5/24/1990ConservativeAllan RobertsLabourMichael CarrLabourDeath
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Upper Bann5/17/1990ConservativeHarold McCuskerUlster UnionistDavid TrimbleUlster UnionistDeath
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Mid Staffordshire22 March 1990ConservativeJohn HeddleConservativeSylvia HealLabourDeath 21.35
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Vauxhall6/15/1989ConservativeStuart HollandLabourKate HoeyLabourAppointment to the European University Institute, Florence
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Glasgow Central6/15/1989ConservativeRobert McTaggartLabourMike WatsonLabourDeath
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Vale of Glamorgan4 May 1989ConservativeSir Raymond GowerConservativeJohn SmithLabourDeath12.35
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Richmond2/23/1989ConservativeLeon BrittanConservativeWilliam HagueConservativeAppointment as European Commissioner
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Pontypridd2/23/1989ConservativeBrynmor JohnLabourKim HowellsLabourDeath
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Epping Forest12/15/1988ConservativeSir John Biggs-DavisonConservativeSteven NorrisConservativeDeath
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Glasgow Govan10 November 1988ConservativeBruce MillanLabourJim SillarsSNPAppointment to European Commission33.1
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Kensington7/14/1988ConservativeSir Brandon Rhys Williams, Bt.ConservativeDudley FishburnConservativeDeath
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Truro3 December 1987ConservativeDavid PenhaligonLiberalMatthew TaylorLiberalDeath
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Greenwich26 February 1987ConservativeGuy BarnettLabourRosie BarnesSocial DemocratDeath9.6
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Knowsley North11/13/1986ConservativeRobert Kilroy-SilkLabourGeorge HowarthLabourNew BBC TV presenter career
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Newcastle-under-Lyme7/17/1986ConservativeJohn GoldingLabourLlinos GoldingLabourAppointment as General Secretary of the National Communications Union
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Ryedale8 May 1986ConservativeJohn SpenceConservativeElizabeth ShieldsLiberalDeath19
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West Derbyshire5 August 1986ConservativeMatthew ParrisConservativePatrick McLoughlinConservativeAppointment as presenter of LWT program Weekend World
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Fulham10 April 1986ConservativeMartin StevensConservativeNick RaynsfordLabourDeath10.68
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Upper Bann1/23/1986ConservativeHarold McCuskerUlster UnionistHarold McCuskerUlster UnionistSeeks re-election in opposition to the Anglo-Irish Agreement
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Strangford1/23/1986ConservativeJohn TaylorUlster UnionistJohn TaylorUlster UnionistSeeks re-election in opposition to the Anglo-Irish Agreement
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Newry & Armagh23 January 1986ConservativeJames NicholsonUlster UnionistSeamus MallonSDLPSeeks re-election in opposition to the Anglo-Irish Agreement
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North Antrim1/23/1986ConservativeIan PaisleyDemocratic UnionistIan PaisleyDemocratic UnionistSeeks re-election in opposition to the Anglo-Irish Agreement
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East Antrim1/23/1986ConservativeRoy BeggsUlster UnionistRoy BeggsUlster UnionistSeeks re-election in opposition to the Anglo-Irish Agreement
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South Antrim1/23/1986ConservativeClifford ForsytheUlster UnionistClifford ForsytheUlster UnionistSeeks re-election in opposition to the Anglo-Irish Agreement
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