ITV Border Political Editor, Peter MacMahon, blogs on the competing claims over promises of more powers for Scotland
First Minister's Cumbria speech makes the case for cooperation with north of England as Prime Minister hails UK "family of nations"
Our Political Editor looks to the North East of Scotland where the Prime Minster and First Minister have been discussing the future of oil.
Resplendent in Ryder Cup tartan produced by Selkirk's Lochcarron Mill, Alex Salmond and his cabinet team made their case today for independence before an audience of local people.
It was billed as a chance to quiz ministers on all aspects of the White Paper. Joe Pike reports:
The First Minister is holding a Scottish Cabinet meeting in the Scottish Borders.
It is the 30th Cabinet meeting to be held outside of Edinburgh and the third to be held in the Borders.
Following the Cabinet meeting, the public will have the chance to put questions to Alex Salmond at Victoria Halls.
The Scottish First Minister, Alex Salmond, has tweeted a series of messages about the Scottish independence referendum due to take place in September.
His tweets are in response to a speech made by President Obama in which the American politician said he thought Scotland should stay in the United Kingdom.
As President Obama rightly observes, the decision on Scotland’s future is up to the people of Scotland http://t.co/fXbaNEpc6S (AA)
An independent Scotland will mean that America has two great friends & allies here rather than one http://t.co/fXbaNEpc6S (AA)
We’re focussed on making Scotland a land of opportunity & our message to the people of Scotland is: ‘Yes We Can’ http://t.co/fXbaNEpc6S (AA)
In reaction to President Obama's comments about Scotland's independence referendum, First Minister Alex Salmond has been speaking to ITV Border's Political Editor Peter MacMahon.
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond has described events from this weekend's Jim Clark Rally as "an extraordinary incident of great severity".
Two men and a woman were killed when a car collided with spectators during the rally near Coldstream on Saturday.
The Health Secretary has told Representing Border he has no intention of resigning and claims against him are a 'load of nonsense'.
It comes after Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont called on Alex Salmond to sack Alex Neil. During First Minister's Questions, she accused the Heath Secretary of deceiving the Scottish Parliament over his role in reform of NHS services in his constituency.
Concerns about a three month outbreak of a sickness bug at the Borders General Hospital have been raised in the Scottish Parliament.
Norovirus has lead to the closure of one ward and restrictions on another.
MSP Christine Grahame says it is taking too long to resolve the issue and raised the issue during First Minister's Questions. First Minister Alex Salmond said he would ask the Scottish Health Secretary to look into it.
Alex Salmond takes his fight for independence south of the border today.
The First Minister will be in Carlisle to deliver a speech on the implications of a 'yes' vote on businesses in both Scotland and England.