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.
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.
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.
The government announce a temporary ban on another controversial gas extraction technique, but Ministers are under fire for delaying a final decision on fracking. And Labour keep up the pressure on the First Minister over the business dealings of the SNP's former business spokesperson.
David Cameron's land grab for the centre ground of British politics. The Prime Minister tells his party conference he wants to build a Greater Britain that leaves no-one behind. And Ruth Davidson, his Scottish leader, is convinced the Tories are on their way back north of the border.
Scotland's senior law officer comes before Parliament to answer questions on the property deals linked to the SNP's former Business spokesperson. And a senior academic tells us plans to overhaul the way universities are governed will hand too much power to ministers.
Nicola Sturgeon accuses her opponents of political mud-slinging as she's forced to answer searching questions over the property dealings of the senior Nationalist MP who's been suspended from the SNP. And we're doing great - Jeremy Corbyn's message to his Scottish party as he comes north for the first time since his election as Labour leader.
The First Minister says she knew nothing of the business dealings of a Nationalist MP connected with property deals now under investigation by police. And the SNP members who say it's time for the government to come off the fence on fracking.
Jeremy Corbyn's call for a kinder, more caring style of politics. The new Labour leader says his party's fightback starts in Scotland. And at Holyrood the Culture Secretary rejects claims of cronyism in the awarding of a government grant to the T in the Park music festival.