Scottish politician. Born in Glasgow; graduate of Aberdeen University; children: Anna and Ruth.
Taught in the Highlands (1975–94); chair of the Labour Party (1995–96) and a member of the Scottish Constitutional Convention; elected to the Scottish Parliament for Midlothian (1999 and 2003).
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