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Bruce Crawford

Bruce Crawford
MSP
Cabinet Secretary for Parliament and Government Strategy
In office
19 May 2011 – 5 September 2012
First Minister Alex Salmond
Preceded by office created
Succeeded by Nicola Sturgeon
Minister for Parliamentary Business
In office
17 May 2007 – 19 May 2011
First Minister Alex Salmond
Preceded by Margaret Curran
Succeeded by Brian Adam
Member of the Scottish Parliament
for Stirling
Assumed office
3 May 2007
Preceded by Sylvia Jackson
Majority 5670
Member of the Scottish Parliament
for Mid Scotland and Fife
In office
6 May 1999 – 3 May 2007
Personal details
Born (1955-02-16) 16 February 1955
Perth
Nationality Scottish
Political party Scottish National Party
Spouse(s) Jacqueline Crawford

Bruce Crawford (born 16 February 1955) is a Scottish National Party Member of the Scottish Parliament for Stirling.

Contents

  • Background 1
  • Member of the Scottish Parliament 2
    • Government Minister 2.1
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Background

Crawford was born in Perth. Prior to entering politics, he was a human resource manager with the Scottish Office. Crawford served as councillor for Kinross on Perth and Kinross District Council from 1988 to 1996 and on Perth and Kinross Council from 1995 to 2001. Crawford was also Leader of Perth and Kinross Council from 1995 to 1999.

Member of the Scottish Parliament

He was elected to the Scottish Parliament to represent Mid Scotland and Fife at the 1999 election. He was re-elected in 2003. He ran John Swinney's campaign to be re-elected as SNP National Convenor when he was challenged by Dr. Bill Wilson in late 2003. At the 2007 Scottish Parliament election, Crawford gained the Stirling seat from the Labour Party.

Following the adoption of a new constitution by the SNP in 2004, Crawford was appointed as the SNP's Business Convener. After the SNP's victory at the 2007 Scottish Parliament election, Crawford became the Minister for Parliamentary Business.[1]

Crawford is married to Jacqueline and they have three sons.

Government Minister

Crawford was appointed to the junior ministerial position of Minister for Parliamentary Business following the election of the SNP minority government following the 2007 general election.[2] On 19 May 2011 he became the Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Parliamentary Business and Government Strategy, departing from this role in 5 September 2012.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Previous MSPs: Session 3 (2007-2011): Bruce Crawford MSP". The Scottish Parliament. Retrieved 19 July 2014. 
  2. ^ "Salmond announces his new cabinet".  

External links

  • Bruce Crawford MSP Bruce's web site
  • Bruce Crawford MSP Biography at Scottish Parliament website
  • Bruce Crawford MSP Bannockburn SNP website details on Bruce Crawford
Scottish Parliament
Preceded by
Sylvia Jackson
Member of the Scottish Parliament for Stirling
2007–present
Incumbent
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