Representing Border reports from the SNP annual conference in Glasgow, where they sit down with the First Minister and question her on Brexit and when she'll make an announcement on the timing of indyref2
Ms Sturgeon said timing of another independence referendum is dependent on the details of the Brexit deal negotiated by the Prime Minister.Read the full story ›
The Scottish Tory leader refuses to follow the Prime Minister and say she believes in Brexit. Peter MacMahon sits down with Ruth Davidson for her final TV interview before she begins her maternity leave. Also on the programme Richard Leonard's night of the long knives - the Scottish Labour leader sacks two leading party moderates. And Joyce McMillan and Alex Massie look ahead to next week's SNP conference.
The Prime Minister's plea for unity as she issues a Brexit warning to the warring factions within her party. We'll ask a former Tory spin doctor if Mrs May's done enough to hang on in Downing Street. Also tonight - another step closer to an enterprise agency for the South of Scotland. We'll hear what local businesses and residents think of the idea.
Tory turmoil on Brexit. We speak to the Scottish Secretary who tells Representing Border he doesn't expect Boris Johnson will ever be Prime Minister. Joe Pike questions David Mundell on Brexit and asks if his government's new plans to limit immigration will hit key South of Scotland industries. Also on the programme, the report calling on the Scottish and UK governments to do more to tackle child poverty. And Holyrood's formal tribute to Sir Alex Fergusson, the South West MSP who served as Presiding Officer and won friends and respect across the chamber.
Theresa May speaks to ITV Border about the uncertainty surrounding the multi-billion-pound new nuclear plant at Moorside in West Cumbria.Read the full story ›
Has the time come for a tourist tax? Labour call on Nicola Sturgeon to give councils powers to levy a charge on visitors, but there are fears it could hit the industry in the south of Scotland. Also on the programme - the Borders MSP Christine Grahame defends her robust approach to keeping order in the chamber. And will Theresa May avoid a repeat of last year's nightmare speech? We'll look ahead to the Tory party conference, and reflect on Labour's week in Liverpool.
Tonight's programme has highlights of Jeremy Corbyn's speech to the Labour Party Conference in Liverpool. In Holyrood Scotland's Brexit Secretary is challenged to back the so called People's Vote. And we speak to the Social Security Secretary as she promises the new social security system won't use private companies to assess whether claimants should receive benefits.
On tonight's programme, after a double digit increase in crime in the Borders we'll speak to the Justice Secretary. Plus mixed messages on another Brexit referendum. Labour's Scottish leader tells Representing Border a vote shouldn't include an option to stay in the EU. And Borders councillors back radical plans to merge their local authority with the region's NHS