Swinney


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Swinney

(ˈswɪnɪ)
n
(Biography) John (Ramsay). born 1964, Scottish politician; leader of the Scottish National Party (2000–04); Scottish government finance minister from 2007
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Davidson said: "The truth is, the SNP wheeled out Mr Swinney, 'honest John', before the election to tell people that their taxes wouldn't go up.
Scotlands new Education and Skills Secretary John Swinney will meet children, young people, teachers, students and lecturers in a tour of education providers and youth projects in Edinburgh and Stirling today.
com)-- Colleen Swinney has joined the Corona del Mar office of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties as a REALTOR[R]-Sales Associate.
As we prepared to go live, a remarkably fresh–looking John Swinney told me he hadn't had a wink of sleep over the last 36 hours.
John Swinney insisted that his budget for 2013-14 is one for jobs and growth.
COUNCIL tax bills should be frozen for the third time next year, Finance Secretary John Swinney said yesterday.
Christopher Swinney ransacked Mary Morris' home while he was supposed to be keeping an eye on it while the pensioner was on holiday.
OUSTED SNP leader John Swinney blames Alex Salmond for his downfall, the Sunday Mirror can reveal.
Swinney, Chris Bizon, and their colleagues at the Center for Nonlinear Dynamics at the University of Texas at Austin have now developed a way to predict the collective behavior of these bouncing grains.
Swinney unveiled plans to set up "regional improvement collaboratives" to "pool and strengthen resources to support learning and teaching in schools" earlier this year.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney received an 8-year contract with a raise for next season to $3.