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Labour Party MP's 1900 to 1979

Labour Party MP's 1900 to 1979

The number of Labour MP's elected to the House of Commons started in 1895 when the Independent Labour Party got representation within the Commons. However, the Labour Party started its electoral campaign in 1900. The number of Labour MP's increased usually at the expense of the Liberal Party.

1900: 2

1906: 29

1910 January: 40

1910 December: 42

1918: 57

1922: 142

1923: 191

1924: 151

1929: 287

1931: 52

1935: 154

1945: 393

1950: 315

1951: 295

1955: 277

1959: 258

1964: 317

1966: 364

1970: 288

1974 February: 301

1974 October: 319

1979: 269

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