Nosheena Mobarik MEP

Baroness Mobrarik CBE was made a life peer in 2014 and will take a leave of absence from the House of Lords while she serves as an MEP.

She is the former chairman of CBI Scotland. She was also appointed chair of the Pakistan Britain Trade and Investment Forum in 2012.

Councillor Tom Marshall

Born and raised in North Ayrshire, Tom was educated at Largs Academy and Ardrossan Academy.  He graduated in 1969 from Glasgow University with a B.Sc. in Science/Mathematics and worked for British Steel in Lanarkshire and British Aluminium in Invergordon.  He later entered the Teaching Profession and taught for some time in Glasgow before transferring to Largs Academy where, until a few years ago, he was Assistant Principal Teacher of Mathematics.  He currently runs a holiday cottage business in Largs with his wife, Elisabethe.

Jamie Greene MSP

Jamie was elected as MSP for the West Scotland region in the Scottish Parliament Elections in 2016.  He stood for the Cunninghame North seat, where he overtook Labour into 2nd position, increasing vote share by 10.9%. He is no stranger to North Ayrshire; he was our candidate in 2015 in the Westminster General Election for the North Ayrshire and Arran seat and is well known to the area.

Maurice Golden MSP

Maurice was elected as MSP for the West Scotland region in the Scottish Parliamentary election in 2016.  He stood in the Clydebank & Milngavie constituency where he increased the Scottish Conservative vote share by 8.6%.  Maurice was no stranger to the campaign trail, having previously stood as a candidate at local government, Scottish Parliament and Westminster levels.