John McNally is a Scottish National Party politician. At the 2015 general election he was elected to the House of Commons of the United Kingdom as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Falkirk.Read more on Wikipedia
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Biographical summaryBorn: 1951-02-01, Denny, Scotland
Previous job: Barber
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(Past event) Friday 29 November 2019 18:30–20:30: Falkirk Equality Hustings, Falkirk Trinity Church FK1 1JN.
This candidate has previously stood for election in:
- 2019: The UK Parliament elections, as the Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate for the Falkirk
- 2017: The 2017 General Election, as the Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate for the Falkirk
- 2015: The 2015 General Election, as the Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate for the Member of Parliament for Falkirk
- 2010: The 2010 General Election, as the Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate for the Member of Parliament for Falkirk
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