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Not to be confused with Lothian (Scottish Parliament electoral region). Lothians Scottish Parliament electoral region The Lothians region shown within Scotland Created 1999 Current representation Scottish National Party 5 MSPs Labour Party 5 MSPs Liberal Democrats 2 MSPs Conservative 2 MSPs Scottish Green Party 1 MSP Independent 1 MSP Constituencies Edinburgh Central Edinburgh East and Musselburgh Edinburgh Pentlands Edinburgh South Edinburgh West Linlithgow Livingston Midlothian Council areas City of Edinburgh East Lothian (part) Midlothian (part) West Lothian The Lothians was one of the eight electoral regions of the Scottish Parliament (Holyrood) from 1999 to 2011. Nine of the parliament's 73 first past the post constituencies are sub-divisions of the region and it elects seven of the 56 additional-member Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs). Thus it elects a total of 16 MSPs. The Lothians region shares boundaries with the South of Scotland and Central Scotland regions, and is connected with the Mid Scotland and Fife region by bridges over the Firth of Forth. As a result of the First Periodic Review of Scottish Parliament Boundaries it is largely being replaced by the Lothian region. Contents 1 Constituencies and council areas 2 Election results 3 2011 Scottish Parliament election 3.1 2007 Scottish Parliament election 3.1.1 Constituency results 3.1.2 Additional member results 3.2 2003 Scottish Parliament election 3.2.1 Constituency results 3.2.2 Additional member results 3.3 1999 Scottish Parliament election 3.3.1 Constituency results 3.3.2 Additional member results 4 Footnotes Constituencies and council areas The City of Edinburgh and the West Lothian council areas are entirely within the region. Most of the East Lothian council area is outside, covered by the East Lothian constituency, which is in the South of Scotland region. A western portion of the Midlothian council area is covered by the Tweeddale, Ettrick and Lauderdale constituency, within the South of Scotland region. Council areas are as defined in 1996, and may be subject to change after the next Scottish Parliament election. The constituencies were created in 1999 with the names and boundaries of Westminster constituencies, as existing in at that time. Scottish Westminster constituencies were mostly replaced with new constituencies in 2005.[1] In terms of first past the post constituencies the region includes: Constituency Map Edinburgh Central covers the central area of the City of Edinburgh. Edinburgh East and Musselburgh covers north east of the City of Edinburgh and the Musselburgh area of East Lothian. Edinburgh North and Leith covers the northern part of the City of Edinburgh. Edinburgh Pentlands covers the south western portion of the City of Edinburgh. Edinburgh South covers the south eastern portion of the City of Edinburgh. Edinburgh West covers the north western portion of the City of Edinburgh. Linlithgow covers the eastern part of the West Lothian. Livingston covers the western part of the West Lothian. Midlothian covers the eastern part of Midlothian. Election results This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. 2011 Scottish Parliament election See : Lothian (Scottish Parliament electoral region) 2007 Scottish Parliament election In the 2007 Scottish Parliament election the region elected MSPs as follows: 5 Labour MSPs (four constituency members and one additional member) 5 Scottish National Party MSPs (two constituency members and three additional members) 2 Liberal Democrat MSPs (two constituency members) 2 Conservative MSPs (one constituency and one additional member) 1 Scottish Green Party MSPs (additional members) 1 Independent MSP (additional member) Constituency results Scottish Parliament election, 2007: Lothians Constituency Elected member Result Edinburgh Central Sarah Boyack Labour hold Edinburgh East and Musselburgh Kenny MacAskill SNP gain from Labour Edinburgh North and Leith Malcolm Chisholm Labour hold Edinburgh Pentlands David McLetchie Conservative hold Edinburgh South Mike Pringle Liberal Democrats hold Edinburgh West Margaret Smith Liberal Democrats hold Linlithgow Mary Mulligan Labour hold Livingston Angela Constance SNP gain from Labour Midlothian Rhona Brankin Labour hold Additional member results Scottish Parliament election, 2007: Lothians Party Elected candidates Seats +/− Votes % +/−% SNP Fiona Hyslop Ian McKee Stefan Tymkewycz 3 +1 76,019 26.5% +10.2 Labour George Foulkes 1 +1 75,495 26.3% +0.8 Conservative Gavin Brown 1 ±0 37,548 13.1% -2.0 Liberal Democrats 0 ±0 36,571 12.7% +1.7 Scottish Green Robin Harper 1 -1 20,147 7.0% -5.0 Independent Margo MacDonald 1 ±0 19,256 6.7% -3.5 Scottish Senior Citizens 0 ±0 4,176 1.4% N/A Solidarity 0 ±0 2,998 1.0% N/A BNP 0 ±0 2,637 0.9% N/A Socialist Labour 0 ±0 2,190 0.8% -0.1 Scottish Christian 0 ±0 2,002 0.7% N/A Scottish Socialist 0 -1 1,994 0.7% -4.7 Publican Party 0 ±0 1,230 0.4% N/A Witchery Tour Party 0 ±0 867 0.3% -0.1 Christian Peoples 0 ±0 848 0.3% N/A UKIP 0 ±0 834 0.3% -0.1 Had Enough Party 0 ±0 670 0.2% N/A Scottish Voice 0 ±0 661 0.2% N/A SACL 0 ±0 322 0.1% N/A Independent 0 ±0 189 0.1% N/A Scottish Enterprise 0 ±0 183 0.1% N/A Independent 0 ±0 129 0.0% N/A Independent 0 ±0 73 0.0% N/A Changes: On 31 August 2007, Stefan Tymkewycz resigned to concentrate on being a City of Edinburgh councillor and was replaced by Shirley-Anne Somerville. 2003 Scottish Parliament election In the 2003 Scottish Parliament election the region elected MSPs as follows: 6 Labour MSPs (all constituency members) 2 Liberal Democrat MSPs (two constituency members) 2 Conservative MSPs (one constituency and one additional member) 2 Scottish Green Party MSPs (both additional members) 2 Scottish National Party MSPs (both additional members) 1 Independent MSP (additional member) 1 Scottish Socialist Party MSP (additional member) Constituency results Scottish Parliament election, 2003: Lothians Constituency Elected member Result Edinburgh Central Sarah Boyack Labour hold Edinburgh East and Musselburgh Susan Deacon Labour hold Edinburgh North and Leith Malcolm Chisholm Labour hold Edinburgh Pentlands David McLetchie Conservative gain from Labour Edinburgh South Mike Pringle Liberal Democrats gain from Labour Edinburgh West Margaret Smith Liberal Democrats hold Linlithgow Mary Mulligan Labour hold Livingston Bristow Muldoon Labour hold Midlothian Rhona Brankin Labour hold Additional member results Scottish Parliament election, 2003: Lothians Party Elected candidates Seats +/− Votes % +/−% Labour 0 0 65,098 24.5% -5.7% SNP Kenny MacAskill Fiona Hyslop 2 −1 43,142 16.2% -9.5% Conservative James Douglas-Hamilton 1 −1 40,173 15.1% -0.6% Scottish Green Robin Harper Mark Ballard 2 +1 31,908 12.0% +5.1% Liberal Democrats 0 −1 29,237 11.0% -3.4% Independent Margo MacDonald 1 +1 27,143 10.2% N/A Scottish Socialist Colin Fox 1 +1 14,448 5.4% +3.8% Scottish Pensioners Party 0 0 5,609 2.1% N/A Liberal 0 0 2,573 1.00% +0.4% Socialist Labour 0 0 2,181 0.8% -2.5% UKIP 0 0 1,057 0.4% N/A Witchery Tour Party 0 0 964 0.4% - Scottish People's 0 0 879 0.3% N/A ProLife Party 0 0 608 0.2% N/A Independent 0 0 383 0.1% N/A Independent 0 0 184 0.1% N/A Independent 0 0 78 0.00% N/A 1999 Scottish Parliament election In the 1999 Scottish Parliament election the region elected MSPs as follows: 8 Labour MSPs (all constituency members) 3 Scottish National Party MSPs (all additional members) 2 Liberal Democrat MSPs (one constituency member and one additional member) 2 Conservative MSPs (both additional members) 1 Green Party MSP (additional member) Constituency results Scottish Parliament election, 1999: Lothians Constituency Elected member Result Edinburgh Central Sarah Boyack Labour gain Edinburgh East and Musselburgh Susan Deacon Labour gain Edinburgh North and Leith Malcolm Chisholm Labour gain Edinburgh Pentlands Iain Gray Labour gain Edinburgh South Angus Mackay Labour gain Edinburgh West Margaret Smith Liberal Democrats gain Linlithgow Mary Mulligan Labour gain Livingston Bristow Muldoon Labour gain Midlothian Rhona Brankin Labour gain Additional member results Scottish Parliament election, 1999: Lothians Party Elected candidates Seats +/− Votes % +/−% Labour 0 N/A 99,098 30.2% N/A SNP Margo MacDonald Kenny MacAskill Fiona Hyslop 3 N/A 85,085 25.7% N/A Conservative David McLetchie James Douglas-Hamilton 2 N/A 52,067 15.7% N/A Liberal Democrats David Steel 1 N/A 47,565 14.4% N/A Scottish Green Robin Harper 1 N/A 22,848 6.9% N/A Socialist Labour 0 N/A 10,895 3.3% N/A Scottish Socialist 0 N/A 5,237 1.6% N/A Liberal 0 N/A 2,056 0.6% N/A Witchery Tour Party 0 N/A 1,184 0.4% N/A ProLife Alliance 0 N/A 898 0.3% N/A Civil Rights Movement 0 N/A 806 0.2% N/A Natural Law 0 N/A 564 0.2% N/A Independent 0 N/A 557 0.2% N/A Socialist (GB) 0 N/A 388 0.1% N/A Independent 0 N/A 256 0.1% N/A Independent 0 N/A 145 0.04% N/A Independent 0 N/A 54 0.02% N/A Footnotes ^ See The 5th Periodical Report of the Boundary Commission for Scotland v · d · eElectoral regions and Constituencies of the Scottish Parliament 1999–2011   » 2011– » Central Scotland Airdrie and Shotts · Coatbridge and Chryston · Cumbernauld and Kilsyth · East Kilbride · Falkirk East · Falkirk West · Hamilton North and Bellshill · Hamilton South · Kilmarnock and Loudoun · Motherwell and Wishaw Glasgow Glasgow Anniesland · Glasgow Baillieston · Glasgow Cathcart · Glasgow Govan · Glasgow Kelvin · Glasgow Maryhill · Glasgow Pollok · Glasgow Rutherglen · Glasgow Shettleston · Glasgow Springburn Highlands and Islands Argyll and Bute · Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross · Inverness East, Nairn and Lochaber · Moray · Orkney · Ross, Skye and Inverness West · Shetland · Western Isles Lothians Edinburgh Central · Edinburgh East and Musselburgh · Edinburgh North and Leith · Edinburgh Pentlands · Edinburgh South · Edinburgh West · Linlithgow · Livingston · Midlothian Mid Scotland and Fife Central Fife · Dunfermline East · Dunfermline West · Kirkcaldy · North East Fife · North Tayside · Ochil · Perth · Stirling North East Scotland Aberdeen Central · Aberdeen North · Aberdeen South · Angus · Banff and Buchan · Dundee East · Dundee West · Gordon · West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine South of Scotland Ayr · Carrick, Cumnock and Doon Valley · Clydesdale · Cunninghame South · Dumfries · East Lothian · Galloway and Upper Nithsdale · Roxburgh and Berwickshire · Tweeddale, Ettrick and Lauderdale West of Scotland Clydebank and Milngavie · Cunninghame North · Dumbarton · Eastwood · Greenock and Inverclyde · Paisley North · Paisley South · Strathkelvin and Bearsden · West Renfrewshire