Representing Border

Representing Border is ITV Border's Scottish political programme for the South of Scotland. Covering the events of Holyrood and Westminster that matter to people in the Scottish Borders and Dumfries and Galloway.

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With two weeks to go till the general election a new Scotland wide opinion poll suggests the SNP is on course to make significant gains. The Ipsos/MORI survey for STV also suggests the Tories could be set to lose half their seats, while Labour face a near wipe-out.

Alex Massie and Joyce McMillan have analysis of the polling and they consider this week's launch of the party manifestos. We also look at who's winning the social media campaign north of the border.

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Watch Wednesday's Representing Border Online

Tonight's programme comes from Duns as we start our coverage of the election races in the South of Scotland. We take to the Southern Upland Way to begin our look at the contests in the region - hearing from all the candidates in the Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk constituency. We report too on the launch of the SNP manifesto. Nicola Sturgeon claims Scotland's future is on the line as she demands another independence referendum and an escape from Brexit as the price for SNP support if they hold the balance of power at Westminster. And with a fortnight till polling day the former MPs Michelle Thomson and Peter Duncan assess who's up and who's down in the Scottish campaign so far.

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Tonight's programme comes from North Queensferry where the Scottish Conservatives launched their election manifesto, and where Boris Johnson told activists he'd reject any request for negotiations on indyref2. Peter MacMahon sits down with the Scottish party's interim leader for the latest in our election special leader interviews - and he questions Jackson Carlaw on his opposition to another independence vote, on how Brexit could mean a border in the Irish Sea and if Scots really can trust Boris Johnson.

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