|Member of the Scottish Parliament
for the Lothian Region
(1 of 7 Regional MSPs)
5 May 2011
28 August 1981 |
|Political party||Scottish Labour, Cooperative Party|
|Alma mater||University of Aberdeen
|Cabinet||Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning|
Dugdale was born in Aberdeen in 1981. She studied Law at the University of Aberdeen then completed a Masters in Policy Studies at the University of Edinburgh. Following this, Dugdale worked for Edinburgh University Students' Association and the National Union of Students Scotland. Immediately before entering the Scottish Parliament she worked for Lord Foulkes as his office manager and political adviser.
Member of the Scottish Parliament
In 2011, she was elected to the Scottish Parliament, as Scottish Labour's second candidate on their list for the Lothian Region. She serves as a Scottish Labour and Co-operative Member and currently sits on the Local Government and Regeneration and Subordinate Legislation Committees. After becoming an MSP, she attacked the Scottish Gaelic TV station BBC Alba saying "I've had people say they can no longer listen to the News Quiz on Radio 4, or this is how they get their classical music". This is despite all the radio stations mentioned continuing to broadcast despite BBC Alba.
Members of the Edinburgh Eastern Labour Party selected Dugdale as their candidate for the 2016 Scottish Parliament Election for Edinburgh Eastern (Scottish Parliament constituency) seat.
Kezia has a weekly column every Monday in the Scottish Daily Record.
- The Scottish Parliament - Current MSPs - Kezia Dugdale - Personal Information
- The Scottish Parliament: - Committees - Local Government and Regeneration
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