Scottish Liberal Democrats MSPs

Willie Rennie
Mid Scotland and FifeLeader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats
Willie shot to prominence when he won the safe Labour seat of Dunfermline and West Fife in the 2006 by-election. Energetic and combative, he has not been afraid to take on the First Minister. He lives in Kelty with his wife, Janet, and their two children.

Jim Hume
South ScotlandSpokesperson on Health and Housing
Jim has helped to lead successful campaigns to save community hospitals in the south of Scotland. He cares deeply about the future of our Health Service and has worked hard to secure more funding for affordable housing. Born in Peebles and raised in Selkirkshire, he is a real Borders man.

Liam McArthur
OrkneySpokesperson on Education and Energy
Liam has served Ministers at the highest level of Government. He was special advisor to Deputy First Minister Jim Wallace and took over from Jim as MSP for Orkney in 2007. Mad about football, Liam is married to Tasmin and has two young sons.

Alison McInnes
North East ScotlandBusiness Manager and Spokesperson on Justice
Alison has lived and worked in Aberdeenshire for 25 years. A councillor for 15 years, Alison has a broad range of experience in helping people at the most local level. She is married to Tom and they have two grown up children.

Tavish Scott
ShetlandSpokesperson on Transport, Rural Affairs, Fisheries and the Environment
Tavish has been an MSP since the Scottish Parliament reconvened in 1999. A former Transport Minister and leader of the party, Tavish is a tough scrutiniser of Government policy. He is married to Kirsten and has four children.