AN SNP MSP has claimed he has 'nothing to apologise for' after he raised concerns about a video of Rangers players celebrating their 55th league title win that police now say was edited to include sectarian language.

James Dornan MSP for Glasgow Cathcart had previously pledged to apologise if it was found the video was fake or misheard.

But he has since changed his mind, telling STV News he thought he had "done nothing wrong."

He said:“As far as the apology goes, I’d thought about that and I thought, ‘I’ve done nothing wrong here’.

“What I’ve done is I’ve tried to find out if people have behaved inappropriately at the behest of my constituents.

“I’ve got nothing to apologise for, it wasn’t me that was fighting with the police and it wasn’t me who was wrecking the streets of Glasgow.”

An investigation by Police Scotland has found no criminality took place and videos had been doctored.

The SNP MSP told STV News that it was 'unacceptable' that the footage had been edited.

He added: "The idiot that did this is just causing trouble. He might think it’s funny, but what happens is that it feeds into narratives that people already have.

“So, I mean, I don’t think that there should be a police investigation into somebody thinking [with] the edit, they were funny or that.

“But, I do think that it was completely unacceptable that the guy behaved like this.”