Jo Swinson

Former Member for East Dunbartonshire at United Kingdom House of Commons

Jo Swinson

Jo Swinson

Former Member for East Dunbartonshire at United Kingdom House of Commons

Biography

Jo Swinson is Member of The Liberal Democrats Ltd. Ms. Swinson previously held the position of Member of House of Commons and Manager-Marketing & Public Relations at Viking FM Radio Ltd. Jo Swinson received an undergraduate degree from London School of Economics & Political Science.

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996

Birthday

02/1980

Age

40

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Lords Spokesperson, Treasury & Economy at Liberal Democrats

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Associate at Global Partners Governance

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Spokesperson, Women & Small Business at Liberal Democrats

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Associate at Global Partners Governance

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Member for Richmond Park at United Kingdom House of Commons

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Member for Twickenham at United Kingdom House of Commons

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Life Peer at United Kingdom House of Lords

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Head-Global Affairs & Communications at Facebook, Inc.

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Member for Westmorland & Lonsdale at United Kingdom House of Commons

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Associate at Global Partners Governance

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Jo Swinson
Former Member for East Dunbartonshire at United Kingdom House of Commons
Career History
Deputy Leader
Prior - 2019

The Liberal Democrats are a socially liberal political party in the United Kingdom, supporting constitutional and electoral reform, progressive taxation, environmentalism, human rights laws, banking reform and civil liberties.The party was formed in 1988 by a merger of the Liberal Party and the Social Democratic Party. The two parties had formed the electoral SDP–Liberal Alliance for seven years prior. The Liberals had been in existence for 129 years and in power under leaders such as Gladstone, Asquith and Lloyd George. During these times in government, the Liberals are credited with the Liberal Reforms, which saw the creation of the welfare state. In the 1920s, the Labour Party replaced the Liberals as the largest opponent of the Conservative Party.

Member for East Dunbartonshire
2005 - 2019
Manager-Marketing & Public Relations
2000 - Prior
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