A TORY MP has shown what he really thinks of Scotland’s elected representatives, by telling one to return to his homeland.

Nicholas Soames, MP for Mid Sussex, told Ian Blackford to “Go back to the Isle of Skye” as the SNP’s leader at Westminster rose to speak.

During a session in the House of Commons, the Speaker of the House John Bercow was introducing Blackford to begin speaking on the emergency debate he yesterday called for in Parliament.

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But before Blackford could even say a word he was stopped in his tracks by the slur from the Tory benches.

This is the same man who was forced to apologise after making "woofing" noises at former SNP MP Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh as she spoke in Parliament back in January 2017.

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The MP for Ross, Skye and Lochaber replied: “Mr Speaker, there’s the message to the people of Scotland from the Conservative benches, and the people of Scotland will reflect on the kind of ignorance and arrogance which is shown by honourable, so-called honourable members.”

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