I fully share your concerns around the rise in inflammatory rhetoric, both in the media and in Parliament, and the very real risk that this poses.
These words can have very real consequences and the last year has seen notable incidents of violence outside asylum accommodation in the UK including the recent protests in Merseyside and the petrol bomb attack in Dover.
The Home Secretary in particular has a duty to recognise the importance of responsible rhetoric and the consequences that inflammatory language can have.
It has therefore been particularly disappointing and concerning to listen to some of the language she has chosen to deploy on recent issues.
Myself and my SNP colleagues at Westminster will continue to call for responsible use of language on issues such as crime and migration.