A committee investigating the Scottish Government's handling of allegations against Alex Salmond has taken unprecedented legal action to obtain key evidence.
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.
A civil service document that had been controversially withheld from the Salmond inquiry has been described as “illuminating” after MSPs were finally shown a copy.
Nicola Sturgeon accused her political opponents of peddling "wild conspiracy theories" as she faced a grilling over her husband's evidence to the Holyrood inquiry into the Alex Salmond affair.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has mocked the testimony of Nicola Sturgeon’s husband to the Salmond inquiry, claiming Peter Murrell's version of events is "improbable".
Angus Robertson has confirmed he spoke to Alex Salmond about alleged “inappropriateness” towards female staff at Edinburgh Airport in 2009.
Testimony from Nicola Sturgeon’s husband has fuelled claims that the first minister misled parliament and broke the ministerial code.
SNP chief executive Peter Murrell has said he sent controversial messages calling for the police to be pressurised over the Alex Salmond case because he was "shocked" and "upset" at the scale of charges against his former colleague.
Complainants against Alex Salmond did not intend to make reports to the police when they initially contacted the Scottish Government, an inquiry has heard.
A close aide to Nicola Sturgeon has "definitively and categorically" denied informing the first minister or other senior government officials about a secret meeting with a woman who complained about Alex Salmond.
Ruth Davidson has accused Nicola Sturgeon of “having something to hide” over the Salmond inquiry.
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.
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.
Scotland’s most senior law officer, Lord Advocate James Wolffe QC, is to be quizzed on who is blocking the handover of crucial legal documents to the Salmond inquiry.
Ex-minister Mark McDonald was "thrown under a bus" to justify the creation of a Scottish Government policy that would snare Alex Salmond, it has been claimed.
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’s prospects of political return would have been damaged by disclosure of sexual misconduct probe, document claims
Alex Salmond feared publicity about the Scottish Government’s sexual misconduct inquiry would damage a potential return to politics, newly released documents suggest.
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.
The official who led the Scottish Government’s botched investigation into claims against Alex Salmond has become the latest civil servant to apologise for giving misleading evidence on oath.
Nicola Sturgeon's private secretary held two meetings with a female civil servant before she made a complaint against Alex Salmond, the former first minister has claimed.
Salmond inquiry: Civil servant deleted explosive text related to former first minister’s civil court victory
A civil servant has admitted deleting a controversial text sent to her by Scotland’s most senior official after Alex Salmond’s successful court action against the Scottish Government.
The most senior civil servant in Alex Salmond’s government has said he did not discuss any “bullying and intimidatory” behaviour by the former first minister with Nicola Sturgeon.
Nicola Sturgeon’s failure to remember a meeting at which she was told about sexual misconduct allegations against Alex Salmond has been branded “absurd”.
Alex Salmond advised Nicola Sturgeon it was unhealthy for her husband to be SNP chief executive while she was first minister, it has emerged.
A Conservative MSP has been ejected from the Holyrood chamber for claiming Nicola Sturgeon “lied” to parliament over the Salmond inquiry.
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.