Scottish Liberal Democrat justice spokeswoman Alison McInnes has said that Sir Stephen House's resignation will not mean the end of challenges within the force.
Scottish Liberal Democrat peer Jeremy Purvis today pressed the case for a constitutional convention to pave the way for UK-wide constitutional reform.
Liberal Democrats are launching a cross party move to defeat the Government and give 16 year olds a vote in the upcoming EU referendum.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats have called for parity between the treatment of mental and physical ill health to be enshrined in law.
Commenting on the tragic death of Charles Kennedy, Jo Swinson said,
The full text of Jo Swinson's election night speech is here:
As the campaign for the General Elections gets underway, I have been asked to participate in a number of local hustings.
The planned hustings are open to everyone in the constituency. Please come along and take part.
Sunday 19 April 7 pm- Kirkintilloch Baptist Church, 52 Townhead Kirkintilloch, G66 1NL – arranged by the Kirkintilloch Baptist Church
Monday 20 April 7:30pm– Milngavie Hustings St Joseph’s Church Hall, 3 Buchanan Street, Milngavie – arranged by St Joseph’s Primary parents
Wednesday 22 April 7pm – Bishopbriggs Academy, Wester Cleddens Road, Bishopbriggs, G64 1HZ – arranged by Woodhill Resident’s Group
Thursday 23 April 12 pm – McGregor House, 10 Donaldson Crescent Kirkintilloch, G66 1XF – arranged by Robert Wilson decorators and the local Herald papers
Thursday 23 April 5 pm – The Auditorium, McGregor House, 10 Donaldson St, Kirkintilloch, G66 1XF- arranged by UNISON
Wednesday 29 April 7:30 pm - Bearsden Hustings Baljaffray Parish Church, Grampian Way, Bearsden G61 4RN
Scottish Liberal Democrat Business and Equalities Minister, and candidate for East Dunbartonshire Jo Swinson today launched a five-point plan to create opportunity for women at home and abroad.
East Dunbartonshire Liberal Democrat candidate and Business Minister Jo Swinson is highlighting analysis published by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) stating that under SNP plans, the period of austerity would be longer than under the other three main parties.