John Gordon Jameson
He was also an advocate, and his father was Andrew Jameson, Lord Ardwall.
He unsuccessfully contested the 1912 Edinburgh East by-election, where he had already been selected as the Unionist candidate before the MP died. (At that stage he was nominally a Liberal Unionist, although they merged with the Conservatives only three months later.)
He was elected in Edinburgh West as a supporter of David Lloyd George's coalition government in 1918, but he lost his seat to the Liberals in 1922.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by John Gordon Jameson
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1918 – 1922
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