JEREMY Hunt has a "track record of extreme views, dodgy dealings and ministerial failings", according to a dossier published by the SNP.

The party said the Foreign Secretary would be a disaster as PM and that both him and his rival Boris Johnson threaten Scotland's future.

Hunt's 10 mistakes listed in the report include suggesting he will block indyref2 regardless of the outcome of the Scottish Parliament elections in 2021 and running the NHS into the ground.

The full list of failings are: 

  • In 2005, Hunt co-authored a paper calling for the NHS to be dismantled and replaced by a personal health accounts system.
  • In 2009, he was forced to repay £9500 for falsely charging taxpayers on his expenses to kit out his ‘second home’.  
  • In 2010, Hunt accused innocent football fans of hooliganism – suggesting they played a part in the death of the 96 people at the Hillsborough disaster – he was forced to apologise to the city of Liverpool the families of those killed.
  • In 2012, Hunt called for the abortion limit to be halved from 24 weeks to 12 weeks – a view described as "insulting to women" by medical professionals.
  • In 2018, Jeremy Hunt breached anti-money laundering rules for failing to declare a multi-million pound purchase of seven luxury flats.  
  • Last year, a group of leading health professionals won the right to sue for Hunt’s "backdoor privatisation of the NHS".
  • In 2019, Jeremy Hunt said he agreed "150%" with a tweet from Donald Trump that described London as "Londonistan" under Mayor Sadiq Khan.
  • Last month, Jeremy Hunt has suggested that he will block any future independence referendum regardless of the outcome of the Scottish Parliament elections in 2021.  
  • As health secretary Hunt ran the NHS – forcing junior doctors to go on strike for the first time in 40 years, while the British Red Cross declared a "humanitarian crisis" in 2017 following record-low A&E waiting times.

The report comes as Hunt withdraws support for Nicola Sturgeon's overseas trips, saying he can no longer sign off on help for trips that "give a platform for independence".

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Ahead of tonight’s head-to-head TV Debate with Tory MSP Jackson Carlaw, SNP Depute Leader Keith Brown said: “We know that Boris Johnson is no stranger to scandal – but Jeremy Hunt in Number 10 poses just as big a risk to our economy and the future of Scotland’s NHS.

“Jeremy Hunt is every bit as callous as his Tory colleagues - consistently voting in Parliament against the right for EU nationals to remain in their homes, while slashing welfare spending and giving tax cuts to the rich.

“During his time as Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt brought the NHS in England to its knees - forcing doctors to take legal action in an attempt to stop backdoor privatisation of the health service.  

“But Mr Hunt makes no effort to hide his extreme views – having previously called for the NHS to be dismantled and replaced by a run-for-profit system.

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“And of course it was Jeremy Hunt during his time as culture secretary that first came up with the idea of making over-75s pay for their TV licence.

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“People deserve better than this pair of dangerous Tory candidates to become the next Prime Minister – it’s time for Scotland to choose a different path and take our future into our own hands.”