Dissolution of Parliament - 6th November 2019

UK Parliament dissolves at 00:01 hours on Wednesday 6th November 2019.

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Jo discusses Brexit and other issues with local pupils

Local MP Jo Swinson recently visited St. Ninian’s High School, where she had the chance to meet with a group of pupils.

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Jo Swinson MP encourages local people to vote for Scotland's Most Beautiful High Street 2019

It’s fantastic news that Milngavie has recently been shortlisted for Scotland’s Most Beautiful High Street 2019.

 

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Glasgow Airport begins new Airspace Change Proposal consultation

Last year, Glasgow Airport's flight path consultation was scrapped due to new legislation that the UK Government wanted the airport to follow: and many residents in East Dunbartonshire will have been wondering, what happens next?

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Jo chats current affairs with local pupils

Local MP Jo Swinson recently met with Modern Studies pupils from across S4 – S6 at Kirkintilloch High School.

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Family, Fun and Nutrition with our Food Heroes

Jo Swinson MP met recently with Food Heroes Kay and Jenn, to find out more about their children's cookery classes aimed at pre-school age range.

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Take a leaf out of Friends of Bishopbriggs Park's book

More Groups to take a leaf out of Friends of Bishopbriggs Park's book. 

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Community Grants Scheme

Do you run a local community or voluntary group in East Dunbartonshire?

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Swinson: Local sewing shop part of the fabric of the community

On a recent visit to I Sew 2 in Kirkintilloch, MP Jo Swinson saw first-hand the positive impact this sewing boutique is having on the high street and the local community.

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Jo meets local guide dog campaigner in parliament

Local MP Jo Swinson recently met Deborah Robertson, a guide dog owner from Bishobriggs, to call out the discrimination she and others are subjected to by businesses because of their dogs.

Deborah was part of more than a hundred guide dog owners from across the country who converged on Westminster Hall in Parliament to share their experiences of being turned away by businesses because of their dog.

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