Government must get tough on absent parents who don’t pay

In the House of Commons yesterday, Jo Swinson MP called on the Government to crack down on absent parents who refuse to pay child support for their children.

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Jo continues the fight to stop bogus charity bag collections

Speaking in the House of Commons, Jo Swinson MP has urged the government to work together with charities to stamp out bogus charity collections.

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Jo urges local young people to get involved in politics

Jo, formerly the youngest MP, has welcomed the repeat of the historic use of the House of Commons Chamber for members of the UK Youth Parliament to debate issues of the day.

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Jo urges East Dunbartonshire residents to volunteer for 2012 Olympics

With just under two years to go until the 2012 London Olympics, Jo is urging local residents and sports groups to register as volunteers for the event.

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Jo goes out on the beat

On Saturday night, Jo shadowed a local Police Inspector to watch crime prevention in action in Bishopbriggs

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Housing benefit reform to create fairer, more sustainable system

Jo has responded to Councillor Charles Kennedy’s concerns over changes to housing benefits.

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Jo volunteers in Nigeria to promote action on climate change

Jo visited Nigeria last week to advise Parliamentarians on Nigeria’s response to climate change.

Jo at the Cross River State Forest: L-R: A local forest worker; Jo Swinson MP; Mr Odigha Odigha, Chairman of Cross River State Forestry Commission; Feyisayo Ilesanmi of Nigerian Climate Action Network.

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Jo opens Baldernock Eco Fair

On Saturday, Jo opened Baldernock Eco Fair, hosted by Baldernock Cut the Carbon at the Bardowie Sailing Club.

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Jo urges constituents to ‘know your pulse’

Jo has lent her support to the campaign to help raise awareness about Atrial Fibrillation, the most common heart rhythm disorder in the UK.

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Reporter appointed to Tesco appeal

The reporter appointed to decide on Tesco’s appeal is a former director of National Trust for Scotland, it has emerged.

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