Eastbourne by-election, 1935

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The Eastbourne by-election, 1935 was a by-election held on 29 March 1935 for the British House of Commons constituency of Eastbourne in East Sussex.

The by-election was caused by the death of the town's Conservative Party Member of Parliament (MP) John Slater, who had been elected only three years previously, in a 1932 by-election following the death of Edward Marjoribanks.

The Conservative candidate, Charles Taylor, was returned unopposed.

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