Party leaders asked how they will help struggling families

The leaders of five of Scotland's political parties have gone head to head in a special live BBC Scotland debate.

John Swinney (SNP), Douglas Ross (Scottish Conservatives), Anas Sarwar (Scottish Labour), Alex Cole-Hamilton (Scottish Liberal Democrats) and Lorna Slater (Scottish Greens) faced questions from members of the public.

The leaders clashed on how to tackle the cost of living crisis for working families

Questions from the audience on the NHS and independence also made the debate.