A FIFE MSP has called for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign after the latest allegations of Downing Street parties.

Mark Ruskell, Greens MSP for Mid Scotland and Fife, said the PM's "feeble apology simply wont cut it" after it emerged a gathering had taken place when families in Fife, the rest of Scotland and the UK were kept apart due to public health rules.

The Prime Minister has said he believed the party on May 20, 2020, was a work event.

However this excuse was dismissed by Mr Ruskell.

“His display in the Commons once again confirmed that he is utterly unfit to hold public office," he said.

“While the people of Fife were enduring immense hardship, to safeguard the vulnerable and protect our public services, Mr Johnson was partying. And then he lied about it again and again.

“The level of solidarity shown by the public over the last two years has been remarkable, people in Fife have followed strict rules, yet the Prime Minister didn’t have the decency to follow those same rules.

“Boris Johnson’s actions were not only selfish, but risked undermining important public health guidance. Johnson’s time is up.

"He must go and go now. And if he won’t resign then his Conservative colleagues must find their backbone and force him out.”