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Kenneth Munro (Jacobite Glory)

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Kenneth Munro

Portrait of Kenneth Munro

Prime Minister of Scotland

Predecessor: Gordon Reid
Successor: Andrew Fraser

Leader of the Reform Party

Predecessor: Iain McNair
Successor: Michael Jardine

Foreign Minister

Predecessor: TBD
Successor: TBD

MP for Perthshire

Predecessor: TBD
Successor: TBD
Born: 1929
Died: 2014
Spouse: Claudette Munro
Political Party: Reform Party
Profession: Lawyer, Politician

Kenneth Kilroy Munro (August 22, 1929 - September 18, 2014) was a Scottish conservative politician who served as Prime Minister of Scotland from 1978 to 1981, and Leader of the Reform Party from 1976 to 1986. He previously served as Foreign Minister from 1973 to 1975.

Graduating St Andrews University in 1951, he spent five years in the army, rising to the rank of Captain. In 1957 he resigned from the army and entered parliament as MP for Perthshire. In 1961 entered government as parliamentary secretary to the Prime Minister, John Campbell. After the 1965 election he joined the Reform frontbench as Defence Spokesman, and after the 1969 election as Finance Spokesman. He was made Foreign Minister by Iain McNair in 1973, and helped finalise Scotland accession to the European Community.

Early Life

Early Political Career

Foreign Minister

Party Leader

Prime Minister

Later Life


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