Margaret Ferrier, a Scottish politician, was born on September 10, 1960. She previously held the office of Member of Parliament (MP) for Rutherglen and Hamilton West from 2015 to 2017.
Ferrier, a Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate, won his first seat in the House of Commons in the general election of 2015. In the general election of 2017, Margaret Ferrier lost her seat to Labour Party candidate Ged Killen, although she won it back two years later.
Ferrier was raised in Glasgow’s King’s Park neighborhood and attended Holyrood Secondary School after being born on September 10, 1960. Margaret Ferrier spent her first two years with her family in Mallorca, then from 1972 to 1990 she resided in Rutherglen before moving to Darnley.
Since 2000, Margaret Ferrier has resided in Cambuslang’s Halfway neighborhood, where she joined the SNP’s Rutherglen branch in 2011. (in her youth Margaret Ferrier had been a Scottish Labour member).
Following Ferrier’s suspension by the SNP on October 1 2020 for violating COVID-19 lockdown guidelines, party leader and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon demanded that she give up her parliamentary seat.
Margaret Ferrier was detained on January 4, 2021, and charged with “culpable and reckless conduct.” Margaret Ferrier eventually entered a guilty plea and received a community service sentence.
With her daughter, Ferrier resides in Halfway, South Lanarkshire.
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