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Who says Dawn butler the most?

The most recent mentions of the exact phrase Dawn butler, grouped by speaker name.

Occurences Speaker Date range
2888 Headings, procedural text, etc. Jun 1919 – Jun 2020
5 Bill Butler (Labour) Sep 2005 – Jan 2009
2 Anne McLaughlin (Scottish National Party) Mar 2017 – Jun 2020
1 Pauline McNeill (Labour) Sep 2007
1 Linda Fabiani (Scottish National Party) Mar 2010
1 Humza Yousaf (Scottish National Party) Nov 2012
1 Patrick Harvie (Green) Sep 2005
1 Stewart Maxwell (Scottish National Party) Sep 2007
1 Robin Harper (Green) - Member, Committee of Privileges; Member, Committee on Standards Sep 2005
1 Chris Ballance (Green) Nov 2005

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