Combined Scottish Universities By-election

Combined Scottish Universities by-election may refer to one six parliamentary by-elections held for the three-seat British House of Commons constituency called the "Combined Scottish Universities":

  • Combined Scottish Universities by-election, 1927
  • Combined Scottish Universities by-election, 1934
  • Combined Scottish Universities by-election, 1935
  • Combined Scottish Universities by-election, 1936
  • Combined Scottish Universities by-election, 1938
  • Combined Scottish Universities by-election, 1945
  • Combined Scottish Universities by-election, 1946
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