Nicola Sturgeon has restated her pledge to “fully co-operate” with a Holyrood committee set up to probe how misconduct allegations against former first minister Alex Salmond were handled.
The Greens have welcomed the support of a former senior policy adviser to the Scottish Government ahead of the European elections.
It is not possible to tell if documents relating to misconduct allegations against former first minister Alex Salmond have already been deleted from the Scottish Government’s computer system, Permanent Secretary Leslie Evans has revealed.
The BBC’s Sunday Politics breached broadcasting rules with misleading claims made by presenter Andrew Neil, a watchdog has found.
The First Minister has been urged to ensure her personal communications are preserved if these could be relevant to a probe into the Scottish Government’s handling of misconduct allegations against Alex Salmond.
The committee set up to investigate how misconduct allegations against Alex Salmond were handled by the Scottish Government is to raise issues concerning the “preservation of evidence” with the First Minister.
FORMER First Minister Alex Salmond faces charges of 14 offences, including two attempted rapes.
FORMER Scottish first minister Alex Salmond has been arrested and charged by police.
NICOLA STURGEON has days to refer her controversial meetings with Alex Salmond to standards watchdogs or MSPs will attempt to force an inquiry.
THE Scottish Government's handling of sexual misconduct allegations against former first minister Alex Salmond was unlawful, Scotland's highest civil court has ruled.
Who knew? Alex Salmond apologised after claim he sexually harassed a colleague was first investigated five years ago
THE official investigation into allegations of sexual harassment against Alex Salmond came under renewed scrutiny yesterday after it emerged the claims were first probed five years ago.