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1929 General Election

1929 General Election

England

C 7,177,551 votes (38.8%) 221 MP's elected

L 4,340,703 votes (23.6%) 35 MP's elected

Lab 6,850,738 votes (36.9%) 226 MP's elected

Com 15,377 votes (0.1%) 0 MP elected

N - - 1 MP elected

Others 117,876 votes (0.6%) 2 MP's elected

Wales

C 289,695 votes (22.0%) 1 MP elected

L 440,911 votes (33.5%) 9 MP's elected

Lab 577,554 votes (43.9%) 25 MP's elected

Com 8,143 votes (0.6%) 0 MP elected

PC 609 votes (0.0%) 0 MP elected

Scotland

C 792,063 votes (35.9%) 20 MP's elected

L 407,081 votes (18.1%) 13 MP's elected

Lab 937,300 votes (42.3%) 36 MP's elected

Com 27,114 votes (1.1%) 0 MP elected

SNP 3,313 votes (0.2%) 0 MP elected

Others 76,070 votes (2.4%) 2 MP's elected

  1. Ireland

C 354,657 votes (68.0%) 10 MP's elected

L 100,103 votes (16.8%) 0 MP elected

Lab 24,177 votes (6.6%) 2 MP's elected

Others 31,116 votes (8.6%) 0 MP elected

Universities

C 42,259 votes (55.4%) 8 MP's elected

L 19,940 votes (26.2%) 2 MP's elected

Lab 4,825 votes (6.3%) 0 MP elected

Others 9,200 votes (12.1%) 2 MP's elected

Total UK

C 8,656,225 votes (38.1%) 260 MP's elected

L 5,308,738 votes (23.5%) 59 MP's elected

Lab 8,370,417 votes (37.1%) 287 MP's elected

Com 50,634 votes (0.2%) 0 MP elected

N 24,177 votes (0.1%) 3 MP's elected

PC 609 votes (0%) 0 MP elected

SNP 3,313 votes (0%) 0 MP elected

Others 234,262 votes (1.0%) 6 MP's elected

C = Conservative Party

L = Liberal Party

Lab = Labour Party

N = Nationalists (Irish)

SNP = Scottish Nationalists Party

Com = Communist Party

PC = Plaid Cymru

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