Changes to UK immigration rules have been criticised by MP Tim Farron, who says it will be a "wrecking ball' to the region's economy.Read the full story ›
The SNP leader spoke on the day the UK officially leaves the EU, which she said would be a "moment of profound sadness" for many.Read the full story ›
A look at what the future could look like for Cumbria and the south of Scotland.Read the full story ›
The head of the NHS in Dumfries & Galloway says Brexit could cause disruption to health services, and make recruitment problems worse.Read the full story ›
Martin Stew presents our political programme from Westminster - with Brexit battle lines drawn over Deal/No Deal, and a looming election.
He speaks to Tim Farron MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale and Rory Stewart MP for Penrith and The Border.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said her decision to resign was "not connected to today's Brexit developments in any way".Read the full story ›
British Steel had been seeking financial support from the Government, saying it faced a number of Brexit related issues.Read the full story ›
Borders MP John Lamont says he'll back the Prime Minister's Brexit deal.Read the full story ›
Hospital patients in North Cumbria are being reassured that a No Deal Brexit would not affect them.
The Hospitals NHS Trust Chief Executive says preparations have already been made.
At the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle and at the West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven, managers have been busy make contingencies plans for such an eventuality, in line with guidance from theGovernment.
"We're well organised here. We know that if there is a no deal Brexit there could be some risks to the transport of drugs from Europe into this country but we are already geared up to respond to that should it happen."
With Parliament just a few days away from voting on Teresa May's Brexit deal, Carlisle's MP John Stevenson says he hasn't decided how to vote.
The Conservative MP voted to remain and has had a record of being a rebel and while he says he hasn't made up his mind on how he'll vote, he says he doesn't like any of the three options: reversing Brexit, a second referendum or Teresa May's plan.
"I do not think it's in the interests of Carlisle or our country for a no deal, I also do not think it would be right to have a 2nd referendum because we had one in 2016. What I've got to decide is, is Theresa May's proposals the right ones or is there a 4th alternative? And I've long been a supporter of the Norwegian option."