Community pressure vital if Tesco continues to push plans forward – Jo

Commenting on calls for a boycott of Tesco Milngavie following We Like Milngavie’s recent AGM, Jo said:

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Come and speak to Jo on her 2011 summer tour

Jo Swinson MP will be out and about in East Dunbartonshire next week hearing your views and taking up issues on your behalf.

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High speed rail gets East Dunbartonshire residents’ support

A majority of East Dunbartonshire residents support government investment in high speed rail between London and the north of England, according to local MP Jo Swinson’s latest e-consultation.

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We Like Milngavie’s efforts will ensure the community speaks with one voice on Tesco – Jo

Following a packed AGM, Jo Swinson MP has praised We Like Milngavie’s important role in bringing together community opposition to Tesco’s Milngavie plans.

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Get girls active for body confidence – Jo

With the 45th International Children’s Games beginning this week in Lanarkshire, Jo Swinson MP highlighted how girls can improve their body confidence by leading active lives.

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Democracy must be put back into planning on green belt decision – Jo

Jo Swinson MP has urged the Scottish Government to review the recent green belt planning decisions and put democracy back into the process.

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Jo praises driving licence change to drive up organ donation

Jo Swinson MP has welcomed a change to driving licence application forms that encourages people to become organ donors.

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Share your recipes to help vulnerable children – Jo

Jo Swinson MP has encouraged local people to send in their favourite recipes as part of a fundraising scheme for ChildLine.

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Ban on excessively retouched ads sends a powerful message to advertisers – Jo

Heavily airbrushed foundation adverts by Maybelline and Lancôme have been banned following a complaint by Campaign for Body Confidence co-founder Jo.

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Governments consistently ignored hacking warnings – Jo

The Prime Minister acknowledged that the government had not placed media regulation high enough on the political agenda, and that it should respond to recommendations in the future. A public inquiry led by Lord Justice Leveson will now examine relations between the press, politicians and the police.

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