Nicola Sturgeon has refused to speculate on her future as first minister as she accused Alex Salmond and his allies of being behind "false conspiracy theories" spun around Holyrood's harassment inquiry.
Alex Salmond has been given a deadline by which to appear before MSPs probing the Scottish Government’s botched handling of harassment complaints against him
Alex Salmond’s legal team say the former first minister is concerned that his appearance at a Holyrood committee would leave him “in jeopardy of criminal prosecution”.
Scotland’s most senior civil servant has defended her decision to report harassment claims against Alex Salmond to Scotland’s prosecutors against the will of the women involved.
Alex Salmond has signalled he may defy MSPs’ calls to appear next week before the Holyrood inquiry examining the Scottish Government’s handling of harassment complaints against him.
Only one question appeared to catch Alex Salmond slightly off guard when I interviewed him in Aberdeen almost a decade ago.
Nicola Sturgeon has insisted she is not distracted from the coronavirus pandemic by Alex Salmond’s accusations she broke the ministerial code.
There’s an image of a donkey being led by a carrot dangling from the end of a stick doing the rounds on social media.
The investigation into whether Nicola Sturgeon broke Scottish Government rules in her handling of harassment claims against Alex Salmond will cover “any aspect” of potential breaches, it has been claimed.
Alex Salmond has accused Nicola Sturgeon of breaking Scottish Government rules by giving “untrue” accounts of the circumstances surrounding a meeting to discuss harassment allegations against him.
The Scottish Government’s legal battle with Alex Salmond collapsed following a “watershed” meeting in December 2018, newly-released legal advice shows.
The Scottish Government was guided by a “regrettable degree of paternalism” towards child abuse survivors when deciding against establishing an inquiry, it has been heard.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of lying about when she first knew of concerns about Alex Salmond’s behaviour after she was grilled by Andrew Marr during SNP conference.
The SNP has a “huge amount of work” to do in order to make a post-coronavirus case for independence, a senior Nationalist has warned ahead of party conference.
Ruth Davidson has accused Nicola Sturgeon of “having something to hide” over the Salmond inquiry.
Alex Salmond has called on the Scottish Government to finance his legal costs after spending “thousands” of pounds on the Holyrood inquiry into the handling of harassment claims against him.
A decades-long failure to invest has left Scotland and the UK struggling to compete with other nations for contracts to build turbines and equipment for offshore wind farms, MSPs have been told.
The Scottish Government’s failure to hand over legal advice to MSPs is fuelling theories Alex Salmond has been the victim of a conspiracy, one of his former advisers claims.
The Scottish Conservatives have made a fresh attempt to compel the Scottish Government to release the legal advice it received for the judicial review on the botched investigation into allegations against Alex Salmond.
Nicola Sturgeon has released WhatsApp messages she sent to Alex Salmond in a bid to find out about sexual misconduct claims made against him at Edinburgh Airport.
The discovery of additional documents that cost the Scottish taxpayer dearly in the Alex Salmond judicial review has been described as "embarrassing" by the country's top lawyer.
Nicola Sturgeon called for new Scottish Government harassment policy to include former ministers two days after one of Alex Salmond’s accusers met with one of her close aides, it has emerged.
Alex Salmond has been criticised by MSPs for a delay in submitting written evidence to the Holyrood committee investigating the handling of harassment complaints against him.
The fallout from the Alex Salmond inquiry could cause "significant damage" to the SNP as it pushes for a new Scottish independence referendum, a leading polling expert has warned.
The time the Scottish Government is taking to hand over information to the Alex Salmond inquiry is “totally unacceptable”, a Holyrood committee has said.
Scotland’s prosecutors have been urged to hand over material obtained in the run-up to Alex Salmond’s criminal trial to MSPs investigating the handling of harassment claims made against the former politician.
Nicola Sturgeon’s government suffered a humiliating defeat when Holyrood backed calls for it to publish the legal advice it received before the collapse of its civil case against Alex Salmond.
Alex Salmond feared publicity about the Scottish Government’s sexual misconduct inquiry would damage a potential return to politics, newly released documents suggest.
Sir Sean Connery was a legend and a hero to many.
The Scottish Conservatives will lead a parliamentary debate next week calling on the Scottish Government to publish legal advice they received in the Alex Salmond case.