Anne Mackenzie-Stuart

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Anne, Lady Mackenzie-Stuart, MA, LLB, LLM (born 7 June 1930, Edinburgh — died 14 October 2008, Edinburgh) was a Scottish pro-European Union activist.

According to an Obituary in the Scotsman:

Returning to Scotland in 1988, Anne maintained her great interest in "things European" and soon became vice-chairman of the European Movement in Scotland, campaigning vigorously to convince Scots of the advantages of their membership of the European Union. She was an unfailing source of support, advice and friendship in the affairs of the European Movement, always ready to speak her mind, but in such a way that people appreciated whatever she had to say. She continued her active support of the Europa Institute in Edinburgh University's College of Law, an institute which had grown out of the centre established by Prof Mitchell.[1]



  1. 'Lady Mackenzie-Stuart Passionate advocate of European Union Born: 7 June, 1930, in Edinburgh. Died: 14 October, 2008, in Edinburgh, aged 78.' The Scotsman Published Date: 18 November 2008
  2. Nick Kuenssberg and Gillian Lomas (Eds) The David Hume Institute: The First Decade, Edinburgh: The David Hume Institute, 1996.