In his latest blog our Political Editor, Peter MacMahon, looks back at the SNP's history and their biggest challenge to date.
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ITV Border's Political Editor Peter MacMahon pays tribute to MSP Margo MacDonald who died earlier today.
The new head of the NHS began his task with a visit to the north this week.
Our political programme Around The House looked at one of the most sensitive subjects facing the health service: how to decide on the prescribing of treatments, while ensuring the best use of resources.
Helen Ford and a panel of MPs discussed the proposed guidelines, which have just gone out to consultation:
The next edition of Around The House is on Thursday 15th May.
In this month's political programme, MPs discussed the Chancellor George Osborne's ambition of full employment.
Helen Ford was joined by the Berwick Liberal Democrat Sir Alan Beith, alongside the Durham Labour MP Roberta Blackman-Woods and the Teesside Conservative James Wharton:
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.
In tonight's Around The House, we mark Cumbria's 40th anniversary. The county was formed in April 1974, with the twinning of Cumberland and Westmorland with parts of Lancashire and Yorkshire.
Four decades on, we ask what Cumbria means to the local peer and former MEP Lord Inglewood, and the West Cumbrian MP Jamie Reed.
We will also debate the Chancellor's pledge to work for full employment and explore the implications of radical changes to pensions.
Join Helen Ford and her guests tonight at 11:40pm on ITV Border.
Tonight's political programme from Westminster marks the 40th anniversary of the local government re-organisation that brought to an end the historic counties of Cumberland and Westmorland.
Helen Ford asks Copeland MP Jamie Reed what the future holds, and whether the old county names could have had the same pulling power for tourism:
You can see the full interview on Around The House tonight, Thursday 3 April, at 11.40pm on ITV.
The Deputy Leader of the Labour Party has taken to the ice during a visit to Carlisle. Harriet Harman who is Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, visited two venues the Labour run Council says are helping the economic recovery of the city. Watch Hannah McNulty's report
Labour's Deputy Leader Harriet Harman has taken to the ice at the new Ice Skating Rink at Bitts Park.
The Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport has also visited the Old Fire Station before work begins on a new £1 million art venue.
Labour's Deputy Leader Harriet Harman has arrived in Carlisle.
She is also the Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.
Her trip will see her visit the Old Fire Station and the new Ice Skating Rink at Bitts Park.
Labour's Deputy Leader and Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Harriet Harman is visiting Carlisle.
She's been invited by prospective parliamentary candidate Lee Sherriff.
The pair will visit the Old Fire Station before work begins on a new £1 million art venue, then look at the new Ice Skating Rink at Bitts Park.