After the UK government announce an increase 0f £20bn for the NHS, has the Prime Minister again failed to capitalise on what should have been an opportunity? Should the format of BBC Question Time change after David Dimbleby announces he is to leave after 25 years? Was the SNP's walk-out of Parliament a good thing? And what should happen as the smoke settle again on the Glasgow School of Art?
Do we have sympathy with Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon? And a look at the history of One Nation Conservatism and where it fits in with modern politics.
Scotland has 32 local unitary authorities that range massively in geographical size. Wales 22 and Northern Ireland (where there role differs slightly), 11. England has a mixture of unitary and multi-tier councils. We debate whether one-size fits all, or whether reform could help increase local democracy.
Coming from a One Nation Conservative stand-point, co-hosts Nick Lampen and Neil Freshwater look at pragmatic options for addressing the political issues of the day in Scotland and the UK.
Intro music: 'Chill Funk' courtesy of Cambo. Outro: Rural Stride by John Kirsch.