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List of Scottish National Party MPs

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List of Scottish National Party MPs

This is a list of Scottish National Party MPs. It includes all Members of Parliament elected to the British House of Commons representing the Scottish National Party since the party's formation. Members of the Scottish Parliament or the European Parliament are not listed.

List of MPs

Name Constituency Period
Douglas Crawford Perth and East Perthshire 1974 - 1979
Roseanna Cunningham Perth and Kinross 1995 - 1997
Perth 1997 - 2001
Dick Douglas Dunfermline West 1990 - 1992 1
Annabelle Ewing Perth 2001 - 2005
Margaret Ewing East Dunbartonshire 1974 - 1979 (as Margaret Bain)
Moray 1987 - 2001
Winnie Ewing Hamilton 1967 - 1970
Moray and Nairn 1974 - 1979
Douglas Henderson East Aberdeenshire 1974 - 1979
Stewart Hosie Dundee East 2005 - present
Iain MacCormick Argyll 1974 - 1979
Margo MacDonald Glasgow Govan 1973 - 1974
Robert McIntyre Motherwell 1945
Angus MacNeil Na h-Eileanan an Iar 2005 - present
John Mason Glasgow East 2008 - 2010
Alasdair Morgan Galloway and Upper Nithsdale 1997 - 2001
George Reid Clackmannan and Eastern Stirlingshire 1974 - 1979
Angus Robertson Moray 2001 - present
Alex Salmond Banff and Buchan 1987 - 2010
Jim Sillars Glasgow Govan 1988 - 1992
Donald Stewart Western Isles 1970 - 1987
John Swinney North Tayside 1997 - 2001
George Thompson Galloway 1974 - 1979
Hamish Watt Banffshire 1974 - 1979
Michael Weir Angus 2001 - present
Andrew Welsh South Angus 1974 - 1979
East Angus 1987 - 1997
Angus 1997 - 2001
Eilidh Whiteford Banff and Buchan 2010 - present
Gordon Wilson Dundee East 1974 - 1987
Peter Wishart North Tayside 2001 - 2005
Perth and North Perthshire 2005 - present

1 Elected as a Labour Party MP.

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