Keith Brown MSP Clackmannanshire and Dunblane, Scottish National Party, Cabinet Secretary for the Economy, Jobs and Fair Work


Keith Brown

Most spoken phrases

Last updated 3rd Jun 2009

  1. Israeli settlements
  2. Northcote Road shops
  3. Dangerous dogs petition
  4. Clapham Junction tube
  5. Heathrow expansion
  6. Health services
  7. Fly tipping

This information is based on the most frequently spoken phrases by this representative.


  • Born:

  • Positions

    Parliamentary Liaison Officer to the Office of the First Minister 2007-09; Minister for: Schools and Skills 2009-10, Skills and Lifelong Learning 2010, Transport and Infrastructure 2010-11, Housing and Transport 2011-12, Transport and Veterans 2012-14; Cabinet Secretary for: Infrastructure, Investment and Cities 2014-16, Economy, Jobs and Fair Work 2016-.
  • Electoral history

    Contested Falkirk East constituency 1999 and 2003 Scottish Parliament elections. MSP for Ochil constituency 2007-11, and for Clackmannanshire and Dumblane constituency since 5 May 2011.
  • Political interests

    Europe, local government.
  • Party groups

    Member: Scottish National Party 1984-, Scottish Independence Convention; Contested SNP Deputy Leadership election 2014.
  • All party groups (office-holding)

    Vice-convener Supporting Veterans in Scotland Group 2009.
  • Countries of interest

    Canada, Cuba, Russia.
  • International bodies

    Committee of the Regions: Member 1999-2009, President, UEN-AE group 2004-06, Member: External Relations Commission, Culture and Education Commission.

Election record for Clackmannanshire and Dunblane, 05 May 2016

Party Percentage of votes
Scottish National Party 47.38%
Labour 24.87%
Conservative 23.16%
Name Party Votes % of votes
Brown, Keith Scottish National Party 14,147 47.38
Miller, Craig Labour 7,426 24.87
Stewart, Alexander Conservative 6,915 23.16
McKinlay, Christopher Liberal Democrat 1,258 4.21
Majority 6,721 votes
Electorate 50,557
Turnout (29,859) 59.06%

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