Women criticise release of private messages about Alex Salmond inquiry


Group hit out at Crown Office and MSPs after discussions of sexual assault allegations are handed to Scottish parliament

A group of women who discussed allegations of sexual assault by Alex Salmond have attacked the Crown Office and MSPs after their private messages about the case were released to the Scottish parliament.

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The women, understood to be Scottish National party figures, said releasing the texts could have “grave consequences” for future victims of alleged sexual violence if people feared their private correspondence could be disclosed.

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