Bradford South by-election, 1949
A by-election for the constituency of Bradford South in the United Kingdom House of Commons was held on 8 December 1949, caused by the death of the incumbent Labour MP Meredith Titterington on 28 October of that year. The result was a hold for the Labour Party, with their candidate George Craddock winning with a majority of 4,022 and 51.3% of the vote.
|Liberal National||John Lightfoot Windle||19,313||42.4|
|Independent Liberal||Colin James Canning||2,882||6.3|