Christine Jardine

Member of Parliament for Edinburgh West

Christine Jardine standing in front of the Forth Rail Bridge

About Christine

Christine is the UK Member of Parliament for Edinburgh West.

Before Parliament, Christine was a broadcast journalist with the BBC and taught journalism at the University of Strathclyde.

Since being elected, she has campaigned on air quality, pension equality for WASPI women, medicinal cannabis, refugees' right to work and the cost of living. She is Vice-Chair of the All Party Group for Choice at the End of Life.

First elected in 2017, Christine was re-elected in 2019.

 

Post Office and Bank closures

Christine has raised the closure of several local post office and bank closures in parliament and called for better access to these essential services within her local communities, following her debate on access to Post Offices last year.

1 May 2024
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Post Offices

Christine led a debate in the House of Commons following threats to several Post Offices across the constituency.

7 Feb 2024
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Christine Jardine standing in front of the Forth Rail Bridge
Christine Jardine MP

Jardine to oppose "divisive and unnecessary" IndyRef Bill

Liberal Democrat Scottish affairs spokesperson Christine Jardine MP has today said that an attempt to devolve the power for holding new independence referendums to the Scottish Parliament is a “distraction from real issues.”

16 Jan 2024
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