- Jackie Baillie
name = Jackie Baillie
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constituency_MP = Dumbarton
parliament = Scottish
majority = 1,611 (5.4%)
6 May 1999
predecessor = "new constituency"
birth_date = Birth date and age|1964|01|15|df=yes
Scottish Labour Party
Jackie Baillie (born
January 15, 1964, Hong Kong) is a Labour Member of the Scottish Parliamentfor the Dumbarton constituency. Schooled in the English Lake District, she studied at CumbernauldCollege, Strathclyde Universityand the University of Glasgow.
She was first elected at the inaugural election for the
Scottish Parliament. She was re-elected in 2003. A member of the Scottish Parliament's "Justice 2 Committee" and "Public Petitions Committee", she was previously a member of the Scottish Executive, serving as Minister for Social Justice when Henry McLeishwas First Minister.
As a backbench MSP, her call for tolls to be scrapped on the
Erskine Bridge(which connects her constituency to Renfrewshire) [http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/4116631.stm] in 2004, was eventually adopted by the Scottish Executive and the tolls were abolished in March 2006.
Jackie also allows secondary school pupils to join her on a work experience program where they are given an insight into politics.
* [http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/msp/membersPages/jackie_baillie/index.htm Official biography]
* [http://www.scottishlabour.org.uk/dumbarton1/ Jackie Baillie MSP] Biography at the Labour party website
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