Stuart McMillan MSP Greenock and Inverclyde, Scottish National Party


Stuart McMillan

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: Nicola Sturgeon as Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing 2007-10, Jim Mather as Minister for Enterprise, Energy and Tourism 2010-11.
  • Scottish Parliamentary Committee

    Public Audit; Devolution (Further Powers).
  • Electoral history

    Contested Greenock and Inverclyde constituency 2007 and 2011 Scottish Parliament elections. MSP for West of Scotland region 2007-11, for West Scotland region 2011-16, for Greenock and Inverclyde constituency since 5 May 2016.
  • Political interests

    Health, tourism, ship building, bagpipes, boating, economy.
  • Party groups

    Organiser, Greenock and Inverclyde Scottish National Party.
  • All party groups (office-holding)

    Convener Funerals and Bereavement Group 2007-; Visual Impairment Group: Vice-convener 2007-11, Convener 2011-; Vice-convener Drug and Alcohol Misuse Group 2008-11; Convener Recreational Boating and Marine Tourism Group 2009-; Vice-convener Housing Group 2009-11; Deputy convener Dyslexia Group 2013-.
  • Countries of interest

    Australia, Scandinavia.

Election record for Greenock and Inverclyde, 05 May 2016

Party Percentage of votes
Scottish National Party 53.5%
Lab/Co-op 27.65%
Conservative 14.09%
Name Party Votes % of votes
McMillan, Stuart Scottish National Party 17,032 53.5
McCready, Siobhan Lab/Co-op 8,802 27.65
Brooks, Graeme Conservative 4,487 14.09
Watson, John Liberal Democrat 1,404 4.41
Majority 8,230 votes
Electorate 55,172
Turnout (31,838) 57.71%

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