DETERMINED SNP Westminster leader Angus Robertson has been praised for his tenacity after calling on David Cameron yet again to publish the findings of a government report into the deaths of 60 people who took their own lives after being told they were fit to work, writes Janice Burns.

During Prime Minister’s questions in Parliament last week, he raised the case of 60-year-old disabled father Michael O’Sullivan, whom a coroner ruled had killed himself after being wrongly found fit for work after a Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) assessment.

Yesterday Moray MP Robertson said: “The Prime Minister cannot ignore the coroner’s warning that there is a risk of further deaths.”

O’Sullivan’s daughter Anne-Marie praised Robertson for “relentlessly pursuing” the Prime Minister.

She said: “On behalf of my entire family I would like to thank Mr Robertson from the bottom of our hearts.”