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The Swansea District by-election, 1910 was a parliamentary by-election held for the House of Commons constituency of Swansea District in Glamorgan in South Wales on 28 February 1910. Contents 1 Vacancy 2 Candidates 3 The result 4 References 5 See also Vacancy The by-election was caused by the appointment of the sitting Liberal MP, Sir David Brynmor Jones, KC to be Recorder of Merthyr Tydfil. [1] Under the Parliamentary rules of the day, if he wished to remain an MP, he was required to resign and fight a by-election. Candidates The Swansea District Liberals re-selected Jones. At the general election of January 1910 he had been returned with the substantial majority of 6,073 votes over his Unionist opponent. [2] The result There being no other candidates putting themselves forward, Brynmor Jones was returned unopposed. [3] Swansea District by-election, 1910 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Liberal David Brynmor Jones Unopposed N/A N/A Liberal hold Swing N/A References ^ The Times, 22 February 1910 p12 ^ The Times House of Commons 1910; Politico’s Publishing, 2004 p90 ^ The Times, 1 March 1910 p12 See also List of United Kingdom by-elections United Kingdom by-election records v · d · e« 28th Parliament «   By-elections to the 29th Parliament of the United Kingdom   » 30th Parliament » 1910 February: Swansea District • March: Rotherham • St George • Barnstaple • North East Cork • Ilkeston  • Shipley • Reading • West Wicklow • Mid Glamorgan • April: Govan • North Down • Edinburgh South • Crewe • June: Dublin Harbour • Lewes • The Hartlepools • East Dorset • July: Liverpool Kirkdale • October: South Shields • November: Walthamstow Lists of UK by-elections: 1868–1885 • 1885–1900 • 1900–1918 • 1918–1931 • 1931–1950 • 1950–1979 • 1979–present