Nicola Sturgeon and Anas Sarwar both slam Boris Johnson and his Westminster Government as allegations mounted against the Prime Minister.
But Ross also came under fire after the Record today revealed that he had claimed in 2014 that he would have voted against equal marriage if he had been an MSP.Asked about the subject by Channel 4 host Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Ross said: "I've said in a debate in the Moray Council chamber that there was a passionate, engaged debate on both sides."I said at the time I would have voted against it, just like two of Nicola Sturgeon's government ministers, but I have also said I fully support it."I think marriage is a thing of beauty both for men and women and people of same sex and it's something I support."But.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk