ITV Border Political Editor, Peter MacMahon, blogs on the competing claims over promises of more powers for Scotland
Ed Miliband will claim independence would create a “race to the bottom”, with Cameron and Salmond competing to give tax breaks to the rich.
Our Scotland Political Editor Peter MacMahon on David Cameron's argument that independence would mean border controls with England.
On this month's edition of Around The House, Paul Brand and guests discuss the public sector workers' day of action, and whether our region will be left behind by HS2 and 3.
Watch Part 1 of the programme below:
The next series of Around The House starts on Thursday 4 September.
UKIP's Suzanne Evans joins the Around The House panel to discuss the new wave of Eurosceptics in the European Parliament, and what it could mean for jobs and investment here.
Watch Part 2 of the programme here:
On tonight's edition of Around The House, Paul Brand is joined by a panel of MPs to discuss the public sector strikes, High Speed Rail, and the changing face of the European Parliament as our newly-elected MEPs start work in Strasbourg.
After the economy, one of the most important issues for voters in the referendum is the future of pensions. What would the retirement age be? And how would pensions be guaranteed in an independent Scotland. Joe Pike looks at the arguments.
One person has been taken to hospital following a crash on Warwick Road in Carlisle.
It happened at around 3:30pm this afternoon and involved a Landrover and a motorbike.
The casualty was flown to Newcastle for treatment.
Part of the road has been closed off as police investigations take place.