No Salmond complaints ahead of January, says government

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The Scottish govt has confirmed there were no recorded court cases approximately former First Minister Alex Salmond’s behaviour ahead of January.

The detail emerged as competition parties called for “complete transparency” over the research of sexual harassment claims against him.

Two civil servants lodged court cases in January approximately Mr Salmond’s behaviour in 2013 at the same time as he used to be first minister.

Mr Salmond has strongly denied any claims of harassment or criminality.

He also accused somebody within the Scottish executive of “sustained leaking” of the “most unfair type”.

Symbol caption Ms Sturgeon mentioned main points of the research must, for the moment, remain exclusive

Labour’s Rhoda Grant stated: “Members of the general public keep in mind that the federal government shall be restricted in some regards because of Mr Salmond’s felony motion in opposition to them, but basic main points surrounding these meetings have to be launched to them.

“The allegations towards Alex Salmond are extremely serious. His conferences with the pinnacle of a government that used to be investigating him must not be saved beneath wraps.”

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