He will say that Scotland is in danger of becoming a one-party state, accusing the SNP of a litany of failure on pupil attainment, college student numbers, help for poorer university students and health spending.
He will also say hit out at the “mess of the law that bans football songs”, the merger that created Police Scotland and the Named-Person policy.
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