|Member of Parliament|
for Ilford North
10 October 1974 – 29 October 1977
|Prime Minister||Harold Wilson|
|Preceded by||Tom Iremonger|
|Succeeded by||Vivian Bendall|
|Born||8 April 1922|
|Died||29 October 1977(aged 55)|
Millie Miller (8 April 1922 – 29 October 1977) was a British Labour Party politician.
Miller was a councillor in the London Borough of Camden and was the first woman to lead a London Borough council when she became leader in 1971, remaining in the post until 1973. Earlier, she had been the Mayor of Camden and of Stoke Newington where she had been a councillor.
Miller was elected on her second attempt as Member of Parliament for Ilford North in the October 1974 general election, defeating the Conservative incumbent Thomas Iremonger. In 1977, she died in office at the age of 55. Her successor in the subsequent by-election was the Conservative Vivian Bendall.