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Who says "Windrush" the most?

The most recent mentions of the exact phrase "Windrush", grouped by speaker name.

Occurences Speaker Date range
380 Headings, procedural text, etc. Apr 1954 – Jan 2020
3 Ross Greer (Green) Nov 2018 – Sep 2019
2 Douglas Ross (Conservative) Apr 2018 – Jul 2018
2 Stuart McMillan (Scottish National Party) Mar 2019 – Nov 2019
2 Ben Macpherson (Scottish National Party) Mar 2019 – Nov 2019
2 Alex Cole-Hamilton (Liberal Democrat) Jun 2018
2 Nicola Sturgeon (Scottish National Party) Apr 2018 – May 2019
1 Jamie Greene (Conservative) Nov 2019
1 Emma Harper (Scottish National Party) May 2018
1 Patrick Harvie (Green) Sep 2019
1 Jenny Gilruth (Scottish National Party) May 2019
1 Annabelle Ewing (Scottish National Party) Mar 2019
1 Gillian Martin (Scottish National Party) Mar 2019
1 Mairi Gougeon (Scottish National Party) May 2018
1 Pauline McNeill (Labour) Jan 2019
1 Alex Rowley (Labour) Mar 2019
1 Claire Baker (Labour) Jan 2020
1 James Dornan (Scottish National Party) Nov 2019
1 Lord George Foulkes (Labour) - Member, Procedure Committee (Lords) Jun 2015
1 Fulton MacGregor (Scottish National Party) Sep 2019

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