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Oxford by-election, 1924 was a parliamentary by-election held on 5
June 1924 for the British House of Commons constituency of Oxford.
The seat had become vacant when the Liberal Member of Parliament
(MP) Frank Gray had been unseated on petition, after his agent had
falsified the account for his expenses at the 1923 election. Gray
had held the seat since the 1922 election. The Conservative Party
selected the 35-year-old Robert Croft Bourne, who had been a member
of the New College boat which won silver in the men's eights at the
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