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Grant is a political and public affairs consultant with a varied career in the SNP, industry, public and third sector. He first stood in a council election in 1999, fought the Anniesland by-election after Donald Dewar died and was elected to Glasgow City Council from 2007-12. His currently a Board member of the Scottish Fire & Rescue Service, Chartered Institute of Public Relations and chairs the SNP’s Candidate Assessment Panel. Brought up in Perthshire, he now lives in Stirling.
Stephen first joined the SNP in 1966 and has been an active campaigner ever since. Now working as a Councillor in Falkirk, he brings his own quirky take on current events. Having seen the highs and lows over almost 50 years, Stephen refuses to take either of them too seriously
Fraser Hudghton (currently taking a sabbatical)
Fraser is the Scotland Manager of a major national charity – the Institute of Fundraising. A long time SNP member, he helped run election campaigns in Perthshire and the North East, as well as Glasgow and Edinburgh city campaigns. He is a regular contributor to Scotland’s voluntary sector press and works daily with charities from the smallest outfit to organisations with multi-million annual turnover.
A History graduate of the University of Dundee, Fraser now lives and works in Glasgow, Edinburgh and London.
I used to work for Scottish Consortium for Learning Disabilities where I travelled to present to different organisations such as Scottish Government and National Autistic Society. I spoke about challenges and stigma I experienced in my journey getting into employment as someone with a learning disability, and how I overcame this
And I have been working on radio for 14 year and I have been on radio Scotland a few times on some discussion panel and was on a Feature on a Radio Scotland Documentary young free single and Disability and been on Radio 4 listen in Project I work freelance with the Sunday Herald doing a column on the disability’s sports in Glasgow’s 2014 commonwealth games and also on the referendum.