Jo slams Council failure to consult over drug clinic

Jo has criticised East Dunbartonshire Council’s failure to properly consult local residents over plans to site a drug outreach clinic in a residential of Bishopbriggs.

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Jo praises local winners of Big Lottery Fund grants

Jo Swinson MP has welcomed the news that six local organisations have been successful in securing funding from Awards for All Scotland.

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Campaign For Body Confidence

This Week, on International Womens’ Day, my colleague Lynne Featherstone and I launched the Liberal Democrats’ Campaign for Body Confidence with a debate on the increasing pressure to conform to idealised body ideals. There was a fantastic atmosphere and some really impassioned contributions from the panellists which led to lively discussion between the panel and members of the audience.

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Liberal Democrats disappointed by Health Secretary’s response over St Margaret’s

Jo and Liberal Democrat MSP Ross Finnie and were left disappointed by the Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon’s response in last nights Parliamentary debate on the future of St Margaret’s Hospice.

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Jo backs campaign for Thomas Muir statue

Jo is backing a campaign to have a statue of Thomas Muir erected outside the Scottish Parliament.

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Jo calls for chemotherapy centre at Stobhill

Jo has backed calls for chemotherapy services to be provided at the new Stobhill Hospital.

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Jo calls for 3D model of Tesco plans

Jo has called on Tesco to provide a 3D model of the planned superstore in Milngavie.

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Jo questions First Minister over Kilmardinny decision

Jo has written to Alex Salmond to ask why Scottish Ministers saw fit to let the unelected Reporter decide on the Kilmardinny appeal.

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Another step toward victory on Council Boundary move

Jo and Ross Finnie MSP have welcomed the Boundary Commission’s recommendation to Ministers to keep Princes Gate in East Dunbartonshire.

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Jo urges young voters to get registered

Jo Swinson MP is encouraging young people in East Dunbartonshire to make sure they are registered to vote, after news that over half of 17-24 year olds are not registered to vote.

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