Raymond Robertson

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Raymond Scott Robertson (born in Hamilton, Scotland, on 11 December 1959) and was educated at Glasgow University, graduating Master of Arts with Honours in Modern History and Politics. He was Conservative Member of Parliament from 1992 until 1997, representing Aberdeen South, and Minister for Education, Housing, Fisheries and Sport at the Scottish Office from 1995 to 1997.

After losing the Aberdeen South seat to Labour's Anne Begg at the 1997 general election, he became Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party Chairman. In 2001, he resigned after unsuccessfully contesting the Eastwood constituency at the 2001 general election and the subsequent resignation of William Hague MP, the then Conservative Party leader.

He is a founding director of Halogen Communications Ltd, a Public Relations consultancy with offices in Edinburgh and Washington DC.

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