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After his selection as the SNP candidate for the 2015 election, he said: “Our communities evidently want to live in a fairer Scotland and I now have the challenge of working to ensure that the Westminster parliament starts to listen and recognise the issues affecting ordinary people and ordinary families in the far north of Scotland.

She wants Scottish independence but the solicitor was equally happy to join the Order of the British Empire in the 2014 New Year’s Honours list for services to business and to the Asian community And she had a reputation for switching allegiance.He has described the House of Commons as one of the great democratic forums but added: “It doesn’t do to enter it without some degree of humility or regard for sitting members.” In his candidate statement he said: “A hung Parliament could mean punishing, all-night sittings and constant media scrutiny, but I would relish the chance to take Scotland's fight to the enemy camp.” A man who claims to have had “guns poked in my face in the Middle East and founded a science festival” said Tory and Lib Dem attempts to get the economy back on track by reining in public spending could “create tensions between the constituent parts of the UK”.That would be the trigger for a second referendum, he said.Kirsten Oswald (East Renfrewshire) Kirsten Oswald has never held elected office, and only joined the party she now represents at Westminster 10 months ago.In something of an understatement, she accepts that she is “not a traditional politician”.Natalie Mc Garry (Glasgow East) The new SNP MP for Glasgow East is in a relationship with a Conservative councillor but is not above jokes about “filthy Tories”.

Natalie Mc Garry’s boyfriend David Meikle is a proud unionist and a Conservative.

“It isn’t about cultural imperialism so it really is an honour for me to be recognised in this way.” George Kerevan (East Lothian) A former teacher, JP and journalist, George Kerevan has vowed to “take Scotland’s fight to the enemy” by becoming an MP.

He wants to hold the main Westminster parties to make good on their “solemn vow” of legislating for “genuine home rule for Scotland”.

He was featured in newspapers worldwide leaning against the engine in a tweed waistcoat and flamboyantly-coloured shirt.

After taking the seat in the Dundee – dubbed the “City of Yes” – he said he had “placed Labour in Dundee into retirement”.

She made several appearances in Home and Away, the soap opera, during a decade-long screen career – credentials which have helped to propel her to the heart of Edinburgh's political and cultural establishment.