Floods Minister Rory Stewart talks to Paul Brand about coping with climate change - the panel discuss floods and Labour's reshuffle.Read the full story ›
Paul Brand talks to Floods Minister Rory Stewart about planning for future flood prevention: the studio panel discuss the Government's response to the crisis, and the Labour reshuffle.
Around The House is at 10.45pm tonight (Thurday 21 January) on ITV (11.10pm on ITV Border Scotland).
More than 100 jobs are set to be lost at Hawick Knitwear, as the company has been placed into administration.
A representative for the local Labour party says his heart goes out to the workers affected, and that the news shows the need for more investment and jobs in the Scottish Borders:
To say I’m sad about the job losses is an understatement and my heart goes out to every worker and family in Hawick who will be affected by this.
The booming textile industry was once the backbone of the Borders that employed thousands of workers but for a long time has been in decline, but what’s important is that we do everything we can to make sure that the workers of Hawick Knitwear are given assistance with future employment and that they get all the help they need and I want to make it clear that Scottish Labour in the Borders will do everything it can to help.
The latest job losses further highlight the need for more investment and jobs being created in the Borders."
Leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn MP, will be visiting flood-hit areas of the Border region today.
He will be visiting Cockermouth Main Street this morning and flooded properties in Botcherby, Carlisle later.
He will also be joined by Shadow Environment Secretary, Kerry McCarthy MP.
Kezia Dugdale is the new leader of the Scottish Labour party.Read the full story ›
Jamie Reed, the Labour MP for Copeland, has strongly criticised Jeremy Corbyn, one of the challengers for the party's leadership contest:
The only 'establishment' Jeremy represents a threat to is the establishment called the Labour Party.
Copeland MP Jamie Reed has confirmed he won't be standing for leader of the Labour Party.Read the full story ›
Cumbria's first ever female MP was elected in last month's General Election.
Labour's Sue Hayman won the Workington seat, replacing previous MP Sir Tony Cunningham, who has now retired.
She sat down with Hannah McNulty to talk about her vision for the future of her party and what she wants to achieve while in office.
Carlisle's Labour candidate Lee Sherriff described her time campaigning as a "fantastic experience" in a speech conceding defeat to Conservative John Stevenson.
The mother of three also thanked her children, who were present for the result.
Watch Hannah McNulty's roundup of the Carlisle constituency count: