Mary Lockhart

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Born Mary Bain Lockhart
12 August 1952

Mary Lockhart is a former Chair of the Scottish Co-operative Party who was elected Labour Party Councillor representing The Lochs ward in West Fife in a by-election on 26 October 2016. The area includes Kelty and Ballingry, where she lives.

Speaking to Kingdom FM News, Cllr Lockhart said there were 3 keys areas she campaigned on: housing, access to a GP appointment and being able to communicate well with the council, and will do her best to get around the whole ward campaigning before the full council election in May 2017.[1]

On the day of her election, Mary Lockhart was pictured with Jeremy Corbyn who was campaigning in Scotland for re-election as Leader of the Labour Party.[2]

On Brexit

Mary Lockhart posted on Facebook:

The population of London is approximately 8.6 million
The population of Scotland is approximately 5.35 million.
2.26 million Londoners voted to remain part of the EU - 59.9%
1.66 million Scots voted to remain part of the EU - 62%
I hear lots of discussion of how the Scottish majority for remain feel about Brexit, and what the different options there are for moving forward.
But what is the London majority discussing? I don't know...[3]

References

  1. "RESULT: Fife By-Election A Labour Win"
  2. "Pictured with Jeremy Corbyn"
  3. "Brexit: what is the London majority discussing?"


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