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Margaret McCulloch was born on 9 May, 1952 in British, is a British politician. At 68 years old, Margaret McCulloch height not available right now. We will update Margaret McCulloch's height soon as possible.

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Margaret McCulloch Age 70 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 9 May 1952
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Working with First ScotRail she helped local communities participate in the Adopt a Station programme. South Lanarkshire College have since adopted East Kilbride rail station, Crosshouse Primary School have adopted Hairmyres rail station, Hamilton Grammar School have adopted Hamilton Central rail station and patients and staff from NHS Lanarkshire’s Beckford Lodge have adopted Hamilton West rail station.


She was placed sixth on the Labour Central Scotland regional list in the 2016 Scottish Parliament election and missed out on being re-elected.


From 2012 until 2014, she was Convener of the Scottish Parliament Business Exchange, an independent educational charity which fosters understanding between Members of the Scottish Parliament and the business community.

In 2012, Parliamentary Question submitted by McCulloch revealed that the number of NHS patients in Scotland waiting for over twelve hours in Accident and Emergency units had doubled.


She was elected to the Scottish Parliament as a Labour member for the Central Scotland region in May 2011. Following this, she was a member of the Finance Committee, Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee, Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee and a substitute member of the Subordinate Legislation Committee. McCulloch was the Convenor of the Equal Opportunities Committee and a member of Delegate Power and Legal Reform Committee McCulloch was a member of the Cross Party Group on Construction and Convener of the Cross Party Group on Skills and the Cross Party Group on Towns and Town Centres, (established in February 2011) Convenor of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Condition.


The economy, education and training, youth unemployment, procurement and hospitality and tourism are listed among her political interests. McCulloch is a former Conservative Party member and candidate, standing for the Conservatives in the Scottish Parliamentary constituency of Cumbernauld and Kilsyth in 2003 and in the East Kilbride constituency at the 2001 Westminster General Election. In 2007, she contested the East Kilbride West ward on South Lanarkshire Council as a Scottish Labour candidate.


Margaret McCulloch (born 9 May 1952) is a Scottish politician, who was a Scottish Labour Party Member of the Scottish Parliament for the Central Scotland region 2011−2016.