Second Party Leaders’ TV debate: Foreign Affairs

The second Party Leaders Debate is taking place this Thursday starting at 8pm on Sky News. Nick Clegg, Gordon Brown and David Cameron will again be going head to head in a TV debate in the run up to the General Election on May 6th, this time leading on Foreign Affairs.

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Labour has failed youth in East Dunbartonshire

Figures released this week by the Scottish Trade Union Congress reveal that youth unemployment in East Dunbartonshire has risen by 184% since 2008.

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School bus campaign revving up across East Dunbartonshire

Jo attended a demonstration against school bus cuts in Kirkintilloch this morning, and has expressed dismay at the Council removing a protest banner in Bearsden.

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Tesco must go back to the drawing board – Jo

Jo has urged Tesco not to appeal the Council’s decision to reject its application to expand its Milngavie store.

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Jo gains Scottish Government approval for Thomas Muir statue

Alex Salmond has responded to a letter from Jo to say that he will support the campaign to have a statue of Thomas Muir erected outside the Scottish Parliament.

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Nick Clegg Storms First Ever Party Leaders Debate

The polls following the first ever Party Leaders General Election debate on ITV are showing that Nick Clegg has won a convincing victory over David Cameron and Gordon Brown. The debate was the first ever Leaders debate during a UK General Election campaign, and the pollsters are giving it as a big victory for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats.

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Lib Dems speak out for young people in East Dunbartonshire

Jo welcomed Scottish Lib Dem Leader Tavish Scott to Kirkintilloch Skatepark today to talk about opportunities for young people.

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Fairness - the Liberal Democrat Manifesto

Liberal Democrat Manifesto for 2010 General Election

Nick Clegg has launched the Liberal Democrat General Election manifesto. The manifesto sets out four clear priorities of fair taxes, a fair chance for every child, a fair economy, and a fair deal by cleaning up politics.

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Council rejects Tesco plans

Jo has welcomed the Council’s planning board’s decision to reject Tesco’s application to expand its Milngavie store.

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Council failing disabled voters in East Dunbartonshire

Jo has criticised East Dunbartonshire Council for failing to provide information on disabled access to its polling stations.

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