Malcolm Macmillan

Malcolm Macmillan

See also: Malcolm MacMillan

Malcolm Kenneth Macmillan (21 August 1913 – 17 November 1978) was a Scottish Labour Party politician and journalist.

At the 1935 general election, he was elected as Member of Parliament (MP) for the Western Isles. He was re-elected at the next seven general elections, serving as MP for 35 years before losing his seat at the 1970 general election to the Scottish National Party's Donald Stewart.

In 1972, Macmillan was expelled from the Labour Party after disagreement over the selection of his replacement as Labour candidate, Andrew Wilson. Macmillan stood as a United Labour Party candidate in the February 1974 general election, but came fourth, polling only 6.8% of the vote while the SNP substantially increased their majority.


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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Thomas Ramsay
Member of Parliament for Western Isles
Succeeded by
Donald Stewart
Preceded by
Charles Taylor
Baby of the House
Succeeded by
John Profumo

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