|Deputy Leader of Pauline Hanson's|
One Nation in Western Australia
9 January 2017
|Preceded by||Peter Georgiou|
|Member of the Western Australian Legislative Council for Mining and Pastoral Region|
22 May 2017 –21 May 2021
Robin David Scott
21 March 1953
Wishaw, Scotland, UK
|Political party||Pauline Hanson's One Nation|
|Residence||Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia|
|Occupation||Electrical contractor (self-employed)|
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