Nicola Sturgeon denied there was a plot to ‘get’ Alex Salmond as she gave evidence to the inquiry into her government’s handling of sexual harassment complaints against him. She said she had refused to intervene on his behalf, to allow the process to take its course. She admitted the government had made a 'catastrophic' error in its investigation, but insisted Scotland's independent institutions had ‘done their job’
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