The Fulham by-election, in Fulham, on 10 April 1986 was held following the death of the Conservative Member of Parliament (MP) Martin Stevens on 10 January that year. In a seat that had changed hands on a few occasions, it was won by Nick Raynsford of Labour, only to be regained by the Tories in the general election 14 months later.
- Jane Birdwood was a veteran activist on the far right who was variously associated with the National Front and British National Party.
- James "Boyd" Black advocated the right of Northern Ireland to directly elect its own government and was a leading member of the British and Irish Communist Organisation.
- Matthew Carrington captured the seat for the Conservatives at the following election.
- John Creighton was the owner of a local wine shop.
- Liza Duke called for the abolition of Parliament.
- Roger Liddle later went on to become an adviser to Tony Blair and Peter Mandelson.
- Nick Raynsford would later return to Parliament as MP for Greenwich and Greenwich & Woolwich.
- Rev. Geoffrey Rolph represented the Fellowship Party, which supported pacifism and opposed nuclear power.
- Reginald Simmerson, a regular by-election candidate, campaigned against British membership of the European Community. Following his death in 1998 the Anti-Common Market League established a prize in his memory.
- Jon Swinden ran for the Humanist Party which advocates the humanism of Mario Rodríguez Cobos.
- David Sutch was the founder and leader of the Official Monster Raving Loony Party.
|England Demands Repatriation||Jane Birdwood||226||0.59||New|
|Monster Raving Loony||David Sutch||134||0.35||New|
|Connoisseur Wine Party||John Creighton||127||0.33||New|
|Democratic Rights for Northern Ireland||James Black||98||0.26||New|
|Captain Rainbows Universal Party||Liza Duke||37||0.1||New|
|All Party Anti-Common Market||Reginald Simmerson||33||0.09||New|
|Labour gain from Conservative||Swing|
|National Front||R Pearce||229||0.58||-0.57|
|Independent Liberal||J Keats||102||0.26||New|
- Nick Lowles, 'A very English extremist', Searchlight
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- LSE Visiting Staff
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