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WATCH: HMRC Softer on Fraudsters than Loan Charge

Following a recent case, an individual convicted of benefit fraud was given 900 years to pay off the £88,000 that they had defrauded from the state, but those facing the loan charge have not committed any criminal offence or broken the law, yet they are being hounded by HMRC for unaffordable sums

WATCH: Ross Calls Out SNP Over Lucy's Law

On behalf of animal lovers across the country, may I congratulate the Prime Minister on introducing Lucy’s law to stamp out the horrific and barbaric practice of puppy and kitten farming? However, this law applies only to England.

Boris Visits Aberdeen

The former Mayor of London and former Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Boris Johnson MP visited Aberdeen.

WATCH: Ross Hits Out at SNP Over Air Passenger Duty

As part of our devolution settlement, air passenger duty was devolved to the Scottish Parliament by the Scotland Act 2016, but yesterday Nicola Sturgeon broke her promise to cut APD. Does my right hon.

Opinion - Over 75 TV licence

As you will be aware, people over the age of 75 are eligible for a free TV licence, which also covers anyone they are living with. It is estimated that the by 2020/21 the cost of continuing the free TV licences will be an estimated £745 million.

Opinion - Post Brexit Trade Deals

I understand the concerns regarding standards in future trade agreements, the scrutiny of such agreements, and investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) mechanisms. However, I would like to assure you that such concerns are unfounded.