Electoral boundary changes for Scotland
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Boundary proposals means fewer Scottish MPs in Westminster

Scotland's MPs have been looking at new proposals to reduce their number by six as Westminster's electoral constituencies are redrawn.

The changes could mean that some SNP MPs will stand against each other, and that the only Conservative and Labour members in Scotland are at risk.

The Boundary Commission has said it wants to hear voters' views on the proposals which could save £66m over each parliamentary term.

BBC Scotland's political correspondent Andrew Kerr has been taking a closer look at the plan.

  • 20 Oct 2016