Victor "Vic" Ramsden Shaw (1897 - 2 January 1987) was a school teacher, trade unionist and politician.

Born in Liversedge, Yorkshire, he was the son of an elementary teacher. In the First World War he served in the Duke of Wellington's Regiment, reaching the rank of lieutenant.

A teacher at St Mark's Practising School, Chelsea, in 1935 he was President of the London Teachers Association (LTA). He was later secretary of the union, and gave evidence at the Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London hearings in 1959-60 on behalf of the LTA. He was Honorary Treasurer of the League of Exchange for Commonwealth Teachers.

He was briefly a Labour Party alderman on the London County Council from 11 February 1964 until the council's abolition on 31 March 1965.

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