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Russell Leslie Brown (born 17 September ) is a Scottish Labour Party politician.
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He is a former Member of Parliament (MP) for Dumfriesshire (– ). Home · Parliamentary business. Skip to next item.
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The Public Whip — Voting Record Russell Brown MP, Dumfries and Galloway ()
01 May - 30 March. Read Russell Brown's contributions to Parliament, including speeches and questions.
He has appeared on television speaking about the club,  and tabled an early day motion in the House of Commons congratulating them on their reaching the semi-final of the Scottish Cup.
He was elected as a branch chairman within the Transport and General Workers Union — The Conservative Party were completely wiped out in Scotland inand he was elected as the Labour MP for Dumfries with a majority of 9, votes.
Dumfries and Galloway. In May he was proud to be elected as Member of Parliament for Dumfries Constituency becoming the first Labour MP for the constituency, to add to his other political firsts as the first Labour candidate elected to the old Annandale and Eskdale District Council, and the first Labour Councillor from that district to be elected to Dumfries and Galloway Regional Council.
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Brown resigned from the government in in protest at the proposed military intervention in Iraqstepping down from his position as parliamentary aide to Lord Mostyn, leader of the House of Lords. He served on the National Minimum Wage Committee pushing through the legislation to secure Britain's first ever minimum wage. Brown defeated Duncan, and was elected with a majority of 2, votes.
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