A Tory election leaflet has been mocked for featuring two images of Nicola Sturgeon and one of Jeremy Corbyn - without mentioning the name of any Conservative candidates.

The campaign material, distributed to homes in Angus, includes six references to Scottish independence, four of the First Minister and three of the Labour leader.

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However, the leaflet, which features a large image of Ms Sturgeon on the front, contains no mention of any Conservative policies or the name of candidate Kristene Hair, who is set to fight the seat.

Twitter user Adam McPhail posted an image of the leaflet online.

Hair won the seat from SNP chief whip Mike Weir in 2017, becoming the first Tory representative in the area since it was created in 1997.

An SNP spokesman said: “The Tories’ panicky obsession with the SNP shows they are running scared of the verdict of the people of Scotland in this election."

“Only the SNP can beat the Tories in Scotland – and only the SNP offer an escape from Brexit by putting Scotland’s future in Scotland's hands.”

The reverse consists of another image of the SNP leader, beside the message: “Nicola Sturgeon has said she will demand another referendum on independence “within days” of the general election.”

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It also features an image of Mr Corbyn, stating: “Jeremy Corbyn has said he won’t stand in the way of another independence referendum and the Lib Dem leader has refused to rule out working with Labour.”

A Scottish Conservative spokesman said: “This leaflet correctly sets out that only the Scottish Conservatives can stand up to the SNP and Labour and stop Indyref2.”