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- Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon refers herself to ministerial watchdog over Alex Salmond case Evening Standard
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- Nicola Sturgeon refers herself to watchdog inquiry into her Alex Salmond talks about sexual misconduct claims Telegraph.co.uk
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A standards panel will review the conduct of Scotland's first minister during an investigation into the Alex Salmond allegations.
Scotland's first minister has said she met her predecessor three times after sexual misconduct allegations were made against him.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed she will refer herself to the panel of independent advisers on the Ministerial Code over her actions during an investigation into Alex Salmond. The First Minister said that she met Mr Salmond on three occasions and had spoken to him on the phone twice after sexual harassment allegations had been made by two women against
Nicola Sturgeon will refer herself to the Scottish government’s ministerial watchdog over her discussions with Alex Salmond following sexual harassment allegations made against him. Scotland’s first minister said that she met Mr Salmond on three occasions and had spoken to him on the phone twice after the allegations were made by two women to the Scottish government in January
Nicola Sturgeon has finally bowed to pressure to order an inquiry into allegations she broke ministerial rules during five discussions she held with Alex Salmond about the sexual misconduct claims he faces.