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Deidre is the MP for Edinburgh North and Leith and sits on the Scottish Affairs Committee.

 

 

 

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20 June 2017
Edinburgh North and Leith's MP, Deidre Brock was announced as part of the SNP's new leadership team at Westminster. Deidre will be frontbench spokesperson on Devolved Government Relations and Northern Ireland and Fair Work and Employment. The team was named by Westminster Group Leader Ian Blackford MP ahead of the Queen's Speech tomorrow,...
14 June 2017
While chaos continues at Westminster, there's work to be done here so time to roll up the sleeves and get back to the regular programme of constituency surgeries.The first surgery is this Friday (June 16) at Stockbridge Library, 1-2pm. The rolling programme is below - check the calendar or call the office for more...
12 June 2017
Commenting on the UK government's attempts to establish a "confidence and supply deal" with the DUP, SNP MP and Northern Ireland spokesperson Deidre Brock said: "It is an absolute shambles that the Tories claimed to have struck a formal deal with the DUP, only to now admit that no such deal was in place. Theresa May's government is in absolute cha...
18 April 2017
Responding to the Prime Minister's decision to call an early General Election, Deidre Brock MP said:"The election gives the public the chance to give their verdict on the UK Tory Government. Voters across Scotland will be able to make it clear what they think of the callous treatment Theresa May and her Government have handed out to people who are ...
01 April 2017
​A round-up of recent work at Westminster and in the constituency. Sign up here if you'd like to receive my newsletters in your in-box.Read archived March issue online here.

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30/06/17 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

14/07/17 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

21/07/17 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

28/07/17 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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