Referendum must be decided by voters and not courts – Jo

Jo Swinson MP for East Dunbartonshire has called on the SNP to adhere to its own manifesto and hold a referendum with a simple yes-no question to decide Scotland’s future in the union.

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Jo slams Scottish Government’s cancer drug refusal

Jo Swinson MP has strongly criticised the Scottish Government for creating a cancer divide, after being contacted by a constituent unable to receive a specialist drug that would be available in England

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Jo welcomes Scottish benefits of Government’s High Speed Rail plans

Jo Swinson MP for East Dunbartonshire has welcomed the Government’s plans for a £33bn high-speed rail network, dubbed HS2. The announced ‘Y’ shaped network will provide high speed links between London, Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester, which will allow for faster direct trains between Glasgow and London.

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SNP college cuts are unnecessary – Jo

Jo Swinson MP has backed Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie’s campaign to protect local college places.

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Business backing Youth Contract – Jo

Business leaders have backed the £1bn Youth Contract, announced by Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg in November, which aims to ensure that all jobless young people are earning or learning again before long-term damage is done.

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We Must Empower Our Young People To Have a Positive Body Image in 2012 – Jo

Scottish Liberal Democrat Deputy Leader and MP for East Dunbartonshire Jo Swinson, has again urged advertisers and retailers to use models covering a diverse of sizes, ages and shapes in their advertising and media campaigns to reflect the reality of different body shapes and to promote healthy body image.

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Jo welcomes new campaign to help energy customers ‘Plug the Debt’

Jo Swinson MP welcomes the joint Consumer Focus/Citizens Advice campaign which aims to help advise people who are falling behind with their energy bills.

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