First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Boris Johnson “does not deserve” to be Prime Minister as two of Scotland’s party leaders hit the campaign trail in north east Fife.
The Scottish Greens will re-write the country's City Deals, introduce a four-day week and campaign for Scotland's place in Europe, according to their manifesto.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown turned his ire on the Tories and SNP at a rally in Fife on Saturday morning – suggesting their “divisive nationalisms” would do the country no good whatsoever.
Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) is a particular anxiety usually associated with the Millennial generation (those of us who “came of age” around the turn of the century) - but Nicola Sturgeon and Jo Swinson will feel the same pangs tonight when Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson bound on to our TV screens at 8pm.
Former prime minister Theresa May was in Kirriemuir on Wednesday, where she denied the Scottish Conservatives have been left without a "recognisable face" since Ruth Davidson stepped down.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon believes former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson stepped down because she could no longer defend the Tories becoming a "wholly-owned subsidiary" of Nigel Farage and the Brexit Party.