BBC general election debate sees Scottish leaders round on Tory Douglas Ross

Traditional blood sports are banned in Scotland, but Douglas Ross was hunted down by political rivals in the BBC leaders’ debate.

Anas Sarwar, John Swinney, Alex-Cole Hamilton and Lorna Slater are divided on many important issues.

But they and the audience rounded on the hapless Scottish Tory leader on the cost of living crisis and he struggled to run away.

Most leaders use campaigns to build support as a way of maximising their influence after an election.

Three Jobs Ross is unique in UK political history by resigning before a single ballot has been cast.