What could boundary changes mean for Scottish MPs?
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What could boundary changes mean for Scottish MPs?

Scotland's Westminster constituencies could be re-drawn. The Boundary Commission will soon announce its proposals. The UK government wants to reduce the number of MPs from 650 to 600 - with six fewer for Scotland.

The total reduction could save £12m and aims to evenly distribute the number of voters in each constituency. There's been a critical reaction from the opposition - as some MPs could face a fight for survival.

BBC Scotland political correspondent Andrew Kerr reports from Gretna Green - one of the southern-most boundaries.

  • 18 Oct 2016