Lyndsay McIntosh

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Lyndsay McIntosh
Member of the Scottish Parliament
for Central Scotland
In office
6 May 1999 – 1 May 2003
Personal details
Born 1955 (age 58–59)
Glasgow
Political party New Party
Other political
affiliations
Scottish Conservative Party

Lyndsay McIntosh (born 1955, Glasgow) is a Scottish politician. She was a Conservative and Unionist Member of the Scottish Parliament for Central Scotland from 1999 to 2003.

After being elected to Holyrood she was the Conservative deputy spokeswoman on home affairs. Prior to the 2003 election she was moved from first to third place on the Conservative's list for Central Scotland. After parliament was dissolved she followed her colleague Keith Harding and defected to the newly formed Scottish People's Alliance. She subsequently fought Kilmarnock and Loudoun for the SPA but came in a very poor eighth place with only 371 votes (1.2%).

She is a member of the national policy committee of the New Party, the successor to the SPA.

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