Nicola Sturgeon apologises after flaw found in Alex Salmond investigation

Nicola Sturgeon has issued an apology to the women at the centre of sexual harassment claims against her predecessor Alex Salmond after he won a dramatic court victory against the Scottish Government.
Salmond called on Scotland’s top civil servant, Permanent Secretary Leslie Evans, to quit following the collapse of the government’s case at the Court of Session in Edinburgh yesterday amid flaws over the way allegations concerning the former SNP leader were investigated.
There are now concerns that women may be discouraged from coming forward to report future harassment as a result of the... read more

 
9 January 2019 in Politics, Views: 89
Source: Scotsman
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