Asked if he thought Scottish voters were put off by the UK Conservatives party leader, Mr Ross responded: “I think that what the voters in Scotland look at right now is the protections they have received in the furlough scheme, the self-employed income support, the 90,000 businesses across Scotland who have been helped by business support, and of course the UK-wide vaccination scheme.





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