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FMQs: Scottish Conservatives to hold Vote of No Confidence in Humza Yousaf

The Scottish Conservatives will hold a Vote of No Confidence in Humza Yousaf after the SNP lurched into crisis on Thursday.

At First Minister’s Questions, Douglas Ross said Humza Yousaf was “unfit for office” after he U-turned on the Bute House Agreement.

The Scottish Conservative leader said Humza Yousaf had shown he was “weak” after abandoning the coalition deal with the Scottish Greens just 48 hours after backing it.

Douglas Ross also highlighted brutal quotes from the Greens which accused Humza Yousaf of “political cowardice”. They said the “weak” First Minister had “betrayed the electorate”.

Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross said: “We called the SNP-Green deal a coalition of chaos – and it’s ended in absolute chaos.

“Humza Yousaf’s government is in crisis. It has unravelled. He has abandoned the platform he stood on.

“This weak First Minister jumped before Green members pushed him.

“The Scottish Conservatives will lodge a Vote of No Confidence in Humza Yousaf.

“He has failed as First Minister. He has focused on the wrong priorities. He has governed in the SNP’s interests, not Scotland’s interests. He is unfit for office.

“This morning, Humza Yousaf might have signed the moving out of Bute House agreement.

“Even his nationalist coalition partners don’t trust him.

“He claims it’s a new beginning. It’s really the beginning of the end.

“This should be the end of the road for this weak First Minister.”