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New mobile branch service for RBS given ‘cautious’ welcome

The Royal Bank of Scotland have published a new timetable for their mobile branch services in the Scottish Borders.

The timetable maintains all existing stops, with some towns in the Borders receiving an extra mobile banking service and the van stopping for longer in some towns.

Borders Railway problems risk undermining extension campaign

Local MP John Lamont has said the recent problems surrounding the Borders Railway is now undermining the campaign to get it extended.

There have been numerous reports with cancellations and carriage reductions in recent days, which have led to significantly overcrowded services.

MPs to be given a series of crunch votes on Brexit

The Prime Minister has announced a series of key votes will take place next month on Brexit.

After negotiations with the EU over changes to the Withdrawal Agreement, MPs will vote on whether to support this amended agreement, by 12th March at the latest.

Ruby and Beetle banner goes on display on the A68

The thousands of motorists who use the A68 each day will now start noticing a new sign has appeared.

The banner, which has been put up by Georgie and Edward Bell, is seeking to raise awareness about their stolen Border Terriers, Ruby & Beetle.