Jackson Carlaw MSP West Scotland, Conservative, Deputy Leader, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party; Scottish Conservatives Spokesperson for Health


Jackson Carlaw

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

    Scottish Conservatives: Shadow Minister for: Public Health 2007-10, Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change 2010-11; Spokesperson for: Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change 2011, Health 2011-.
  • Scottish Parliamentary Committee

    Public Petitions.
  • Electoral history

    Contested Eastwood constituency 2003, 2007 and 2011 Scottish Parliament elections. MSP for West of Scotland region 2007-11, and for West Scotland region since 5 May 2011.
  • Political interests

    Health, business, relations between minority communities, veterans' affairs.
  • Party groups

    Scottish Conservative Party: Member 1978-, National chair, Young Scottish Conservatives 1984-86, Chair, Eastwood branch 1988-92, Party vice-chair, then deputy chair 1992-97, Member, national executive committee 2003-07, Party deputy chair 2005-06, Contested leadership election 2011, Deputy Leader 2011-.
  • All party groups (office-holding)

    Vice-convener, Supporting Veterans in Scotland Group 2008-11; Convener, Chronic Pain Group 2012-14.

Election record for West Scotland, 05 Apr 2011

Party Percentage of votes
Scottish National Party 41.5%
Labour 32.8%
Conservative 12.7%
Name Party Seats Votes % of votes
Stewart Maxwell, Stuart McMillan Scottish National Party 2 117,306 41.5
Mary Fee, Neil Bibby, Margaret McDougall Labour 3 92,530 32.8
Annabel Goldie, Jackson Carlaw Conservative 2 35,995 12.7
Turnout %

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