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2 Prior to 1974, the 28 boroughs within the area of the London County Council plus the City of London. Since 1974, the 121 nner London Boroughs within the area of the Great London Council plus the City of London. 3 An amalgamation of Middlesbrough, Redcar, Stockton-on-Tees and Thornaby-on-Tees. 01 CONTESTED BY-ELECTIONS 1885-1946 The following table lists all contested by-elections and the party designation of the successful candidate. Where a 'seat changed hands this is indicated by an asterisk and the designation of the party gaining the seat and of the party losing the seat is given.
Little (Down-lnd Cl; Sir M. H. Mackie (Galloway-lnd C); J. N. F. Rathbone (Combined English Universities); Rt. Hon. A. Salter (Oxford University). Mackie was granted the Conservative Whip in M•ch 1948 and Beattie joined the Irish Labour Party in 1949. Sir M. Macdonald and Macleod aligned themselvas with the National Liberal Party in the House of Commons. tAdjusted to allow for two-member seets. See Introductory Notas. 0 564 55 (619) 475 617 100 2 2 3 43 1 1,868 () 0 12 625 2 1 1ncluding 4 AP, 4 I LP, 2 Irish LP, 2 SPGB, 1 MGC, 1 SCPGB 2 Namely: J.
Wellhead (Merthyr Tydfil, Marthyr); Rt. Hon. C. underLyme). McGovern, Maxton end Wallhaed formed an ILP Parliamentary Group and were joined by Buchanan and Kirkwood. Wedgwood remained an Independent. Subsequently Kirkwood, Wallhaed and Wedgwood ••entered the Parliamentary Labour Party. 5 1ncluding 1 unendoraod. 6 1ncluding 2 CW Land P, 1 LPP, 1 SPP. G. Graham-Little (London University-Nat lndl; A. F. Rathbone (Combined English Universitiesl. t Adjusted to allow for two-member - s . See Introductory Notes.