Category Archives: Christine Jardine

Reasons to help Christine Jardine in Aberdeen Donside

On the wall in Christine Jardine’s campaign headquarters, formerly a pet shop, just out of interest, there is a poster where people have written why they have come to help. Here it is in glorious technicolour. Some of the best … Continue reading

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Willie Rennie as you’ve never seen him before

Everyone who knows Willie Rennie will know that he hardly ever stops. Whether it’s getting on Alex Salmond’s case in Holyrood, fighting for college funding or for the best start in life for two year olds, to travelling from one … Continue reading

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Joe 90 campaigns for Christine Jardine in Aberdeen Donside

The likeness is incredible. Christine Jardine is proving to be a fabulous candidate, showing how the SNP is neglecting Aberdeen in favour of shoring up its more fragile power base in the Central Belt and calling on the Labour Council … Continue reading

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The Scottish Government experiments on my child!

It’s a pretty anxious time for any parent with a child in the early years of secondary school in Scotland. The Scottish Government has introduced a new Curriculum, called the Curriculum for Excellence which aims to produce a new generation of … Continue reading

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The team that rocks – the yellow bit of Downing Street is about to get a whole load better

After a very upbeat week at Liberal Democrat conference, I am delighted to hear news that two very sensible appointments have been made to augment the Liberal Democrat team within Downing Street. The first was actually announced about 10 days … Continue reading

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