Oxford University by-election, 1937
The Oxford University by-election of 1937 was held on 27 February 1937. The by-election was held due to the appointment as provost of eton college of the incumbent Conservative MP, Lord Hugh Cecil. It was won by the Independent candidate James Arthur Salter.
|By-Election 23–27 February 1937: Oxford University|
|Independent||Sir Arthur Salter||7,580||50.18||N/A|
|Conservative||Sir (Edward) Farquhar Buzzard, Bt||3,917||25.93||N/A|
|Independent Conservative||Prof. Frederick Alan Lindemann||3,608||23.89||N/A|
|Independent gain from Conservative||Swing||N/A|
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