First minister Nicola Sturgeon is appearing at Holyrood as part of an inquiry into the government’s handling of sexual harassment complaints about Alex Salmond.
Calls have been made for First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to resign following submissions to the committee running the rule over the Alex Salmond inquiry into alleged sexual harassment.
The former first minister and SNP leader is appearing at Holyrood as part of an inquiry into the government’s handling of sexual harassment complaints about him.
Murdo Fraser has welcomed the Lord Advocate's concession that there needs to be a judge-led inquiry into the case involving the Crown Office and the former Rangers Football Club but says "it doesn't go far enough".
Scotland’s top prosecutor has not ruled out bringing in a judge from another part of the UK to head an inquiry into the prosecution of former Rangers FC administrators Paul Clark and David Whitehouse.
Murdo Fraser is leading calls for a public inquiry into the Crown Office after the Lord Advocate admitted to malicious prosecution of the administrators of Rangers Football Club.
Suicide bomber Salman Abedi was “unlikely” to have been picked up by CCTV and instead sub-contract security staff employed by Manchester Arena’s operator should have acted, the firm’s lawyer told the public inquiry into the terror attack.
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.
Berryden Road: Public inquiry to be held on compulsory purchase orders as council works through objections
A public inquiry is to be held over a compulsory purchase order (CPO) for Aberdeen City Council's Berryden Corridor Improvement Project.
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.
Shadow Scotland secretary Ian Murray writes to UK and Scottish governments in further push for Bifab inquiry
Shadow Scotland secretary Ian Murray has written to both UK and Scottish Governments calling for a full inquiry into the Bifab collapse.
Salmond inquiry: Nicola Sturgeon’s government suffers second humiliating defeat as MSPs demand legal advice handover
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.
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 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.
Alex Salmond case: Tories to lead parliamentary debate calling for Scottish Government to publish legal advice
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.
‘It’s been a living nightmare’: Ross Thomson rebuilding life after inquiry dismisses sex assault claims
Sex assault allegations against Boris Johnson's former Scottish campaign manager, Ross Thomson, were "malicious" and unfounded, a House of Commons inquiry has ruled.
Calls are growing for a public inquiry to be held into the discharge of dozens of Covid-19-positive patients into care homes from hospitals across Scotland.
Alex Salmond has called for an independent investigation into whether Nicola Sturgeon broke the ministerial code to be broadened to include claims she misled Holyrood.
The Alex Salmond inquiry will resume in a few hours' time when a key figure in the Scottish Government investigation into harassment claims against the former first minister gives evidence.
The family of a north-east woman who died in the Sumburgh helicopter tragedy say they have received “no closure” from the results of the fatal accident inquiry.
Nicola Sturgeon has suggested she failed to inform MSPs about a meeting involving sexual harassment allegations made against Alex Salmond because she forgot about it.
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to sack her husband, Peter Murrell, as SNP chief executive after he admitted to sending WhatsApp messages appearing to back police action against Alex Salmond.
Nicola Sturgeon has refused to say if WhatsApp messages that appear to be from her husband backing police action against Alex Salmond are genuine.
Salmond leak: SNP MP suggests Peter Murrell should be suspended from post as party’s chief executive
Nicola Sturgeon’s husband, Peter Murrell, should be suspended from his job as their party’s chief executive, a veteran SNP MP has suggested.
An MSP on the Alex Salmond inquiry has said WhatsApp messages appearing to show Nicola Sturgeon’s husband backing police action against the former first minister should be investigated by his committee.
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.
A Super Puma helicopter which crashed into the North Sea would have sunk – ultimately killing more people – had it not been for the “brave” actions of the co-pilot to deploy floats, a fatal accident inquiry heard.
Salmond inquiry: Leslie Evans to be pressed on crucial question about the former first minister’s behaviour she declined to answer last time
There will be a feeling of deja vu when Scotland’s most senior civil servant, Leslie Evans, returns to the Salmond inquiry, but MSPs are hopeful she will be more forthcoming this time around.
Investigators ruled out gearbox failure in helicopter crash which killed four passengers, including north-east oil worker
A senior air accident investigator ruled out any suggestion of gearbox failure in a horror helicopter crash off Shetland.
North-east oil firm worker tells inquiry ‘rigorous’ survival training in Norway could have saved his life in helicopter tragedy
A survivor of the horror Shetland helicopter crash – in which four people died - claimed submersive training he undertook in Norway was “much more rigorous” than the UK equivalent.