Permanent Secretary Leslie Evans should consider her position in the wake of a damning report into how harassment complaints against Alex Salmond were handled, the Scottish Labour leader has said.
Committee on the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints
A key member of the Holyrood probe into the handling of allegations against Alex Salmond has criticised the process.
The turmoil unleashed by the Scottish Government's handling of complaints about Alex Salmond is finally coming to a head, but the entire saga dates back years, as our timeline shows here.
Nicola Sturgeon has demanded an apology from Tory MP David Davis for making "factually inaccurate" claims about the handling of harassment allegations against his "old pal" Alex Salmond.
The Holyrood inquiry into the Scottish Government’s unlawful investigation of Alex Salmond will not order his lawyers to hand over evidence provided to the former first minister for his criminal trial defence.
SNP MP Mhairi Black says the women who complained about Alex Salmond have been “weaponised” during the “horrendous” inquiry at Holyrood.
John Swinney claims newly published legal evidence has “utterly disproved the conspiracy theory” put forward by Alex Salmond.
After a dramatic few weeks for Scottish politics, as Nicola Sturgeon and Alex Salmond testified to the inquiry into the government's handling of complaints against the former first minister, we look at what happens next.
Nicola Sturgeon's seven-hour testimony before MSPs on Wednesday was the SNP leader's chance to finally have her say on her role in the Scottish Government's botched handling of allegations against Alex Salmond.
Raw emotions: Nicola Sturgeon says she feels ‘deep pain and personal regret’ over former ally Alex Salmond
The first minister said she has learned things about Alex Salmond "over the past couple of years that have made me rethink certain things I thought about him".
Former First Minister Alex Salmond has made a formal complaint about the conduct of a government official who is alleged to have disclosed the name of one of the complainers against him.
The first minister said she "refused to follow the age-old pattern of allowing a powerful man to use his status and connections to get what he wants", in her evidence before MSPs on the Alex Salmond inquiry.
Nicola Sturgeon is poised to testify today as the final witness in the Holyrood inquiry into the government's handling of harassment allegations against Alex Salmond.
John Swinney has admitted the legal advice he will release today shows that "reservations" were raised with the Scottish Government about the Alex Salmond civil case.
John Swinney had admitted the legal advice reveals concerns about the unlawful investigation of Alex Salmond but claimed there were “good public policy grounds” to not concede the case for another three months.
The under-pressure head of the Crown Office has defended the way it has handled Alex Salmond's inquiry evidence as a "vindication of democracy".
Alex Salmond has accused Nicola Sturgeon of breaking the ministerial code as he demanded the resignations of a series of top government and SNP officials.
Alex Salmond says Nicola Sturgeon and senior officials have “failed” Scotland and left the nation facing a “dark and dangerous” day.
Nicola Sturgeon claims her critics are willing to "sacrifice" the reputation of the nation's justice system on the "altar of the ego" of Alex Salmond.
Alex Salmond has pulled out of a planned appearance before MSPs after a dramatic day left the Scottish Parliament facing a “crisis of credibility”.
The Scottish Parliament has been contacted by the Crown Office after it published inquiry evidence from Alex Salmond.
Alex Salmond has accused senior figures in the SNP and Scottish Government of setting out to have him imprisoned.
A row has erupted over an SNP MSP's claims that a decision to publish Alex Salmond's evidence could jeopardise the anonymity of complainers.
Alex Salmond's written evidence to a Holyrood inquiry will finally be published, after a ruling by the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body that drew a coruscating response from one SNP MSP.
Alex Salmond's appearance before a committee of MSPs has been thrown into fresh doubt after a majority again voted against publishing his evidence.
A Holyrood committee investigating the botched handling of complaints against Alex Salmond has voted to not publish his submissions, despite a court ruling.
MSPs will meet on Wednesday to discuss whether a legal ruling clears the way for Alex Salmond to testify before their inquiry.
A judge says she clarified a key court order in the Alex Salmond case in order to remove "any slight risk of misinterpretation".
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's appearance at the inquiry investigating the handling of allegations against Alex Salmond has been postponed.
Alex Salmond could appear before MSPs next week after it was claimed that a legal ruling has paved the way for key evidence to be published.