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On tonight's programme - MSPs give the green light for a new Enterprise Agency to bring jobs and businesses to the South of Scotland. Also on the programme - who will Scottish Conservatives back to succeed Theresa May? We hear from Rachel Watson, the Scottish Daily Mail's Deputy Political Editor and to Andy Maciver, the former Tory spin doctor and current director of the public affair's company Message Matters. And Peter MacMahon speaks to Judy Murray about getting the country fit for the future, and how more women can be encouraged to take up sport.
On tonight's programme - Donald Trump and the promise of a phenomenal trade deal. But the President insists access to the NHS for private US companies would be the price Britain has to pay for a post Brexit agreement. The co-leader of the Greens in Holyrood Alison Johnstone and Dumfriesshire's Tory MSP Oliver Mundell debate if Donald Trump should have been honoured with a state visit. Also on the programme, the calls for a radical new approach to drugs policy as the death toll grows in the South of Scotland. And the climate emergency campaigners who chained themselves to parliament with a novel way of unlocking access to MSPs.
On tonight's programme - the First Minister's accused of splitting Scotland's anti-Brexit parties to pave the way for a second independence referendum. But Nicola Sturgeon insists she remains committed to a peoples vote on Europe. We have the highlights of today's First Ministers Questions. And Peter MacMahon speaks to the veteran arts impresario Richard Demarco who is warning of a funding and Brexit crisis facing the arts in Scotland.
On tonight's programme - paving the way for a referendum re-run. The Scottish Government publishes its bill on the rules and regulations for another independence vote with a call for Westminster not to stand in its way. Peter MacMahon asks the Constitutional Relations Secretary Michael Russell what's the point of the legislation when the UK government still says no to indyref2? Also on the programme - more calls from unions and business to ditch plans to charge for workplace parking.
After a disastrous performance in the European Elections two Labour frontbenchers quit. But the party's Scottish leader tells Representing Border he's staying on. We'll debate the impact of the European vote with two South of Scotland MSPs - SNP remainer Joan McAlpine and Tory Brexiteer Michelle Ballantyne. And we'll hear from a former Moderator of the Church of Scotland who warns of division and extremism in our politics. Also on the programme - a smacking ban moves a step closer as the bill to outlaw physical punishment of children passes it's first parliamentary test.
On tonight's programme, the Scottish Tories fury over the Prime Minister's offer of a commons vote on another EU referendum adds to the pressure on Theresa May to quit at once. That row provides the backdrop to First Ministers Questions where Nicola Sturgeon and Ruth Davidson clash over new votes on Europe and independence. Also on the programme - a warning the South of Scotland will miss out on any benefits from plans to charge for workplace parking.
Ahead of this week's European elections we get the views of voters in the Tweed Valley. We've a round up of the days campaigning. And we talk to Peter Duncan, the former Tory MP for Galloway and Upper Nithsdale and the former Justice Secretary, the SNP's Kenny MacAskill - what impact will Thursday's poll on Scottish politics of Thursday's vote?
Peter MacMahon presents a special European Elections edition of the programme from Peebles. We hear from candidates from all the parties standing in Thursday's poll. And we debate the main issues with the three parties that have parliamentary representation in the South of Scotland - the Conservatives, the SNP and Labour.
As the Prime Minister agrees to set out a timetable for her departure after her Brexit bill comes back to the Commons Nicola Sturgeon says SNP MPs will vote against the deal. At First Minister's Questions Ruth Davidson claims parents are being left in the dark on school standards. And Joyce McMillan and Alex Massie consider how the main parties are placed ahead of next week's European Elections.
On tonight's programme, embarrassment for the new pro-remain party Change UK as their lead candidate urges Scots to vote for the Liberal Democrats in next week's elections. We report from the campaign trail with just a week to go before the European Parliament vote. We've highlights from Prime Minister's Questions as Theresa May faces further calls to quit as she insists she can still deliver on Brexit. And Peter MacMahon speaks to the Chairman of Scottish Land and Estates who tells Representing Border landowners need to change to survive.
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