Edinburgh West Campaign Launch

I was delighted to join the Edinburgh West Local Party to launch our 2019 General Election campaign.

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Jardine Demands Help For Murray In Parliament

Edinburgh West MP, Christine Jardine, once again demanded help from Ministers today for her seven-year-old constituent Murray Gray, who relies on medicinal cannabis oil to control his rare form of epilepsy.

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Jardine calls for air pollution study in Edinburgh

Edinburgh West MP, Christine Jardine, has today called on officials in the Scottish Government and Edinburgh City Council to commission a comprehensive study on the link between air pollution and admissions to hospitals in the city.

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Jardine Welcomes LEZ Boundary Recommendations

Edinburgh West MP, Christine Jardine, has today welcomed a city council report recommending that the boundaries of a future Low Emissions Zone (LEZ) be reviewed.

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Jardine: Whisky Tariffs A Stark Warning for Brexit Future

Edinburgh West MP, Christine Jardine, has warned Parliament that a US tariff to be imposed on UK whisky exports is a ‘stark warning’ of things to come if we leave the European Union.

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Jardine hugely disappointed over pension ruling

Following today’s High Court ruling that state pension age changes for women were not discriminatory, Lib Dem MP for Edinburgh West and WASPI supporter Christine Jardine said:

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Chancellor Agrees to Look At Right to Work

Edinburgh West MP, Christine Jardine, has today secured an agreement from the Chancellor to review rules on the right to work for asylum seekers awaiting a decision on their application.

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Jardine: Government must protect human rights in Hong Kong

Liberal Democrat MP for Edinburgh West, Christine Jardine, has today called on the Foreign Secretary to ask China to maintain a calm response in relation to continuing tensions in Hong Kong.

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Jardine ‘appalled’ by Scottish bank closures

Edinburgh West MP, Christine Jardine, has today expressed her serious concerns over the number of bank branches that have closed in Scotland in the past four and half years.

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Jardine: Visa Changes Won't Repair Damage

Responding to proposals from the Home Office to allow international students to stay in the UK for two years after graduation rather than the current four months, Liberal Democrat Shadow Home Secretary and MP for Edinburgh West, Christine Jardine, said:

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