Humza Yousaf has insisted he still plans to roll out body-worn cameras to police in Scotland, amid Conservative fears the First Minister could be about to "let down" officers.

Tory leader, Douglas Ross, challenged Yousaf on the planned roll-out of the "vital" equipment after a senior official from the force told MSPs it cannot guarantee it will take place next year.

Ross told Holyrood that a £300 million "black hole" in the force's capital budget is the reason for the uncertainty.

On body-worn cameras, he said: "Humza Yousaf didn't deliver them when he was justice secretary.

As First Minister will he let police officers down again?"

The First Minister said the camera roll-out is still planned.

He told MSPs: "The facts remain that the Scottish Government has not only increased the budget for Police Scotland, the plans are to roll out our national body-worn video cameras for our police officers."

The First Minister said this is despite Westminster cutting the Scottish Government's capital budget by more than 6.5%.