THEY REPRESENT many walks of life, come from every background and range in age from late eighties to mid-thirties. From Lorraine Kelly - "Oprah North" - to Anna Gregor - battling to improve Scotland’s cancer services - the names on our list represent the 50 women who are doing most to shape Scotland’s future. Whether Scots by birth or adoption, they share a burning desire to succeed, a willingness to use their talents for the greater good and a commitment to putting Scotland on the map.
81 Andrew Flanagan (Down from 42)
This year’s Power List has 28 new entries, and for every one there is someone who has had to make way. Here are just some of the drop-outs.
91 Philip Howard (Down from 89)
71 Alf Young (Down from 44)
31 Sir Alan Langlands (Down from 17)
21 Andrew Goudie (Down from 15)
11 Brian McMaster (Up from 16)
Ready for a lesson in power? An exclusive Scotland on Sunday panel has identified the top 100 men and women who influence the way we live, be it through art or science, business or finance.
51 Donald Macdonald (Down from 47)