Wealthy must pay their fair share, says Jo

In the House of Commons this week, Jo pressed the Government to crack down on tax avoidance to make sure the wealthiest pay their fair share toward tackling the deficit.

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Jo welcomes rethink of repressive anti-terror laws

Jo has welcomed the announcement of a review of counter-terror legislation introduced by the Labour Government.

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Torture inquiry long overdue – Jo

Jo has welcomed the Government’s announcement of an independent inquiry into Britain’s involvement in the torture of detainees.

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New “bogus charity” operating in East Dunbartonshire

Jo is warning people not to be misled by ‘Do Not Delay!’, who are giving out “charity” collection bags in East Dunbartonshire.

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Date for electoral reform referendum announced

Jo has welcomed the news that a referendum will be held on 5th May 2011 on reforming the voting system.

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Jo pledges help to cancer research after Beatson visit

After a visit to the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research in Glasgow on Friday, Jo pledged to continue championing the cause of medical research in Parliament.

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Jo encourages constituents to put the kettle on for cancer

Jo Swinson launched the Blooming Great Tea Party in Bishopbriggs

Marie Curie Cancer Care’s Blooming Great Tea Party, launched by Jo in Bishopbriggs, has raised over £1,348 for the charity.

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Know the symptoms of bowel cancer – Jo

Jo is encouraging people in East Dunbartonshire to be aware of the key symptoms of bowel cancer.

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Jo named champion for animal welfare

Jo has been honoured by a leading animal welfare group for her commitment to tackling cruelty to animals.

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Jo raises reservoir “security fences” in Parliament

In the House of Commons today, Jo urged the Home Office to to give permission for the Milngavie reservoir “security fences” to be removed without delay.

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