RISHI Sunak will insist his Government in Westminster is delivering for Scotland during his visit to Glasgow for the Scottish Conservative Party conference.

The Prime Minister will address party members, MSPs and MPs later this morning.

He is expected to tell delegates: “It is time for a government at Holyrood that focuses on Scotland’s real priorities, not constitutional abstractions.

“We, the UK Government, will get on with delivering for Scotland and the whole UK.”

During his morning speech at the Scottish Events Campus, Sunak will tell attendees that he has “five priorities and they’re priorities for the whole of the UK”.

“I want to halve inflation, grow the economy, reduce debt, cut waiting lists – which I know is the Scottish Government’s responsibility – and stop the boats”, he is expected to say.

After his speech, the PM is expected to travel to Newport to speak at the Welsh Conservative Conference.

Meanwhile, Douglas Ross is set to tell the party faithful that issues with the SNP’s accounts have “crashed the case for independence”.

However, pro-Yes parties have told The National Ross was talking “utter nonsense” and that the case for independence is still strong.

The Scottish Tory leader will tell members: “The SNP’s financial troubles have blown a huge hole in the economic case for independence.

“The SNP wanted to hold an independence referendum in just six months’ time – when they cannot even find an auditor in the same timeframe.

“They wanted to set up a central bank – when they cannot even submit their own accounts.

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“To borrow billions of pounds from the taxpayer to finance a new country – when they still owe tens of thousands of pounds to Peter Murrell.”

He will add: “Through their own blunders, the nationalists have crashed the case for independence.”

In response to the planned speech, The SNP’s depute leader Keith Brown said Ross was guilty of attempting to “deflect attention from the damage the Tories have caused to Scotland”.