Jim Murphy has been elected leader of the Scottish Labour Party.
Berwick MP Sir Alan Beith joins Paul Brand to discuss coalition tensions after the Autumn Statement, and the demand for foodbanks.Read the full story ›
The latest episode of ITV Border's Scottish political programme. Representing Border looks at the issues from Holyrood and Westminster that matter to the South of Scotland.
On tonight's political programme from Westminster, Paul Brand and his studio guests discuss the battle lines being drawn between the Coalition parties following the Autumn Statement, as they prepare for the General Election.
Also in the programme; the Archbishop of Canterbury has backed a parliamentary report this week, calling for a united effort to end hunger. Tonight's panel considers the reasons for the growing demand for foodbanks, and the steps needed to tackle food poverty.
You can watch Around The House tonight (Thurs 11 Dec) on ITV at 11.40pm.
Fifteen students from the same school are competing to represent Cumbria in the National Youth Parliament.Read the full story ›
Young people in Cumbria are getting ready to vote for who they want to represent them in the National Youth Parliament.
It's the first time Cumbria will put forward three people to represent the county in the group lobbying government on policies that affect children.
Two of the candidates hoping to represent West Cumbria come from St Benedict's School in Whitehaven, where Anna Blaine is a teacher.
On tonight's political programme from Westminster, Paul Brand and his guests discuss food poverty and the Archbishop of Canterbury's call for united action to end hunger.
Around The House is at 11.40pm tonight (Thurs 11 December) on ITV.
Watch Wednesday's Representing Border online.Read the full story ›
SNP accused of failing on education after new figures reveal the number of teachers in Scotland has fallen by more than 4,000 since 2007.Read the full story ›
Nicola Sturgeon will hold her first audience with the Queen since becoming First Minister today.
She will also be sworn in as a member of the Privy Council - a group of advisers to the Queen, most of whom are senior politicians - during her visit to London.
Ms Sturgeon said she was "very much looking forward" to her first meeting with the Queen when the audience was announced last month.