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The Smethwick by-election, 1926 was a by-election held on 21 December 1926 for the British House of Commons constituency of Smethwick in Staffordshire (now in the West Midlands county). The by-election was caused by the resignation of the town's Labour Party Member of Parliament (MP), John Davison, who had represented the constituency since its creation for the 1918 general election. The result was a victory for the Labour candidate Oswald Mosley, who held the seat comfortably with a slightly increased share of the vote. He represented Smethwick until the 1931 general election, having left Labour in early 1931 to found the New Party. The New Party was unsuccessful, and the following year he founded the British Union of Fascists. Votes By-election 1926: Smethwick Party Candidate Votes % ±% Labour Oswald Mosley 16,077 57.1 +4.8 Conservative M.J. Pike 9,495 33.7 −14.0 Liberal E. Bayliss 2,600 9.2 N/A Majority 6,582 23.4 +18.8 Turnout 35,862 78.6 +0.4 Labour hold Swing 9.4 References Craig, F. W. S. (1983) [1969]. British parliamentary election results 1918-1949 (3rd edition ed.). Chichester: Parliamentary Research Services. ISBN 0-900178-06-X.  See also List of United Kingdom by-elections (1918–1931) Smethwick constituency Smethwick by-election, 1945 v • d • e « 33rd Parliament «   By-elections to the 34th Parliament of the United Kingdom   » 35th Parliament » 1924 December: Dundee 1925 February: Walsall • June: Ayr Burghs • Eastbourne • Oldham • July: Forest of Dean • September: Stockport • November: Galloway • December: Bury St Edmunds • Ripon 1926 January: Dunbartonshire • January: East Renfrewshire • February: Cambridge University • Darlington • March: Combined English Universities • Bothwell • April: East Ham North • May: Buckrose • Hammersmith North • July: Wallsend • September: North Cumberland • November: Howdenshire • Kingston-upon-Hull Central • Chelmsford • December: Smethwick 1927 February: Stourbridge • March: Edinburgh Leith • Southwark North • April: Combined Scottish Universities • May: Bosworth • June: Westbury • Brixton • November: Southend • Canterbury 1928 January: Northampton • Faversham • February: Bristol West • Lancaster • Ilford • March: St Ives • Middlesbrough West • April: Linlithgowshire • Hanley • St Marylebone • June: Carmarthen • Holborn • July: Epsom • Halifax • Sheffield Hallam • August: Aberdeen North • September: Cheltenham • October: Tavistock • Ashton-under-Lyne 1929 January: Londonderry • January: Midlothian and Peebles Northern • February: Battersea South • Bishop Auckland • Wansbeck • March: Liverpool East Toxteth • Eddisbury • Bath • Holland with Boston • North Lanarkshire Lists of UK by-elections: 1868–1885 • 1885–1900 • 1900–1918 • 1918–1931 • 1931–1950 • 1950–1979 • 1979–present