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Stuart McMillan

For the cricketer and footballer, see Stuart McMillan (footballer).

Stuart McMillan
MSP
Deputy Convener of the Scottish Parliament Equal Opportunities Committee
Incumbent
Assumed office
14 June 2011
Preceded by Marlyn Glen
Succeeded by Marco Biagi
Member of the Scottish Parliament
for West of Scotland
Incumbent
Assumed office
3 May 2007
Personal details
Born 1972
Barrow in Furness
Political party Scottish National Party
Alma mater Abertay University
Website Official website

Stuart McMillan is a Scottish National Party politician, and Member of the Scottish Parliament for West of Scotland region.

He was elected during the 2007 election for the West of Scotland region, and re-elected in the 2011 election, where he also contested the Greenock and Inverclyde constituency, losing very narrowly to Labour's Duncan McNeil.

Early life

Stuart McMillan was born in Barrow in Furness in 1972. He moved to Inverclyde when he was a child, where he attended Port Glasgow High School.[1] After attending Central College of Commmerce, Glasgow, he studied at the University of Abertay in Dundee where he graduated with a BA (Hons) in European Business Management with Languages and latterly a MBA.[2] Once graduated he worked for IBM before working for Scottish National Party central office in Westminster. Before being elected in 2007, he was office manager to Scottish National Party Member of the Scottish ParliamentBruce McFee.

References

External links

  • Stuart McMillan MSPs Website


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