13th January 2010: Jo asks a question to the Minister for the Scottish Office on measures to improve conditions for travel between England and Scotland during severe winter weather
25th November 2009: Jo questions to the Minister for the Scottish office on sex-trafficking in Scotland in the run up to the Commonwealth Games in 2014
14th October 2009: Jo asks a question to the Minister for the Scottish Office on why Scottish Ministers were not invited to attend the Copenhagen conference on climate change
17th June 2009: Jo demands to know when the Government will act to ensure that viable Scottish businesses have access to credit from banks
6th May 2009: Jo challenges the Secretary of State of Scotland to set aside the bickering between Westminster and Holyrood, and instead work together to help Scots affected by the recession
5th February 2009: Jo asks the Minister for Employment Relations to investigate the tendering process for Royal Navy contracts, in light of a local firm recently losing out on a contract, at the cost of 16 jobs.
10th November 2008: Jo asks how the Government will ensure joint working between those planning the 2012 Olympic Games in London and the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
10th November 2008: Jo argues that there should be better accountability to the Scottish Parliament over broadcasting in Scotland.
4th June 2008: Jo argues that the 2014 Commonwealth Games should also promote the surrounding area, including the Antonine Wall.
28th November 2007: Jo asks the chamber to congratualte Glasgow on it’s successful bid for the 2014 Commenwealth Games and asks the Minister what will be done to continue funding to grassroots and elite athlete sports in Scotland © Parliamentary copyright
12th July 2007: Jo calls for a debate in Parliament on the possibility of nominating the Antonine Wall as a world heritage site.
8th May 2007: Jo criticises the number of spoilt ballot papers at the Scottish Parliamentary Elections.
8th May 2007: Jo argues that the SNP Government does not have a mandate to pursue independence for Scotland.
16th April 2007: Jo questions the spiralling costs of the Olympics and the effect it may have on friday towards grass roots sports in Scotland.
27th March 2007 – Jo challenges the Secretary of State for Scotland Douglas Alexander with the fact that the new budget will see 1 in 5 Scots paying more taxes. © Parliamentary copyright
27th February 2007: Jo calls on the Government to devolve more powers to the Scottish Parliament.
25th January 2007: Jo asks the Government to address the legal problem of prisoners voting, ahead of Scottish Parliament elections.
18th January 2007: Jo calls for a debate on the devolution of more powers to the Scottish Parliament, and on the West Lothian question.
7th November 2006: Jo argues that further powers should be devolved to the Scottish Parliament.
9th October 2006: Jo asks how citing a new casino in Glasgow will impact on gambling addiction in Scotland.
4th July 2006: Jo re-visits the issue of Scottish nuclear policy.
6th June 2006: Jo Swinson questions Minister for Scotland, David Cairns, on the issue of ID cards.
9th May 2006: Jo argues for a system of renewable energy instead of new nuclear power in Scotland.
15th November 2005 – Jo questions the Secretary of State for Scotland on the Smoking Ban. © Parliamentary copyright
18th October 2005: Jo argues against the closure of Aberdeen’s meteorological office.