The ex-husband of formula one heiress Petra Ecclestone risks being taken into custody after he failed to attend court on charges of verbally abusing a police officer.
Permanent Secretary explains why harassment complaints against Alex Salmond were passed on to the Crown Office
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.
University leaders should improve awareness of “white privilege, fragility and allyship” to urgently tackle racial harassment on campuses, vice-chancellors say.
Worried parents are asking their daughters not to go out after dark, as research suggests half of young women and girls were harassed on Britain’s streets during the summer.
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.
Scotland’s former top civil servant claims Alex Salmond could display ‘bullying and intimidatory’ behaviour but says no formal complaints made
Alex Salmond displayed "bullying and intimidatory behaviour" while First Minister, according to claims by Scotland's former top civil servant.
Alex Salmond is threatening legal action against the Scottish Government to prevent it from handing over evidence to the Holyrood inquiry investigating the handling of harassment claims against him.
Scotland’s top civil servant on being shouted at by ministers, rumours about Alex Salmond and a denial she was ‘at war’ with him
Scotland’s most senior civil servant, Leslie Evans, admitted she knew of rumours about Alex Salmond’s conduct and had discussed his behaviour with her predecessor.
Union leaders tell Alex Salmond inquiry of ‘quite extraordinary’ number of concerns about ministers’ behaviour
A “quite extraordinary” number of concerns was raised about Scottish Government ministers’ behaviour and officials still have issues with the inappropriate conduct of senior politicians, MSPs have been told.
Former permanent secretary in Salmond government says he dealt with concerns about ministers’ behaviour informally
The most senior civil servant in Alex Salmond’s government has revealed he dealt informally with concerns about ministers’ behaviour on a number of occasions.
Salmond inquiry: Creation of harassment policy that triggered ‘most explosive allegations in Scottish political history’
When Alex Salmond was subjected to a Scottish Government investigation into his behaviour, the internal inquiry was based on a new harassment complaints procedure that had been drawn up at the end of 2017 in response to the #MeToo movement.
The Government has responded to research claiming nearly half of artists are sexually harassed in the music industry, saying such “vile behaviour” must be stopped.
Actress and presenter Jameela Jamil has triggered a conversation involving hundreds of women after she spoke about her experience of street harassment on Twitter.
Cambridge classicist Mary Beard has warned that although the #MeToo campaign is useful, a “hashtag doesn’t solve the problem”.
Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis criticised a clear “systemic failure” in the criminal justice system as she revealed she fears her stalker will never stop.
Tom Hanks has said there will be a “specific and seismic shift” in Hollywood as a result of the sexual harassment scandal that has rocked the industry.
Twitter suspending actor Rose McGowan has raised questions about when and why the platform decides to gag users.