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Alex Salmond inquiry upheld five sexual harassment complaints

Full findings of 2018 Scottish government inquiry that led to his prosecution reported for first time

A Scottish government inquiry upheld five complaints of sexual harassment against Alex Salmond, sparking the police investigation that led to his eventual prosecution.

The allegations were made against the former first minister by two female civil servants in early 2018 to an internal government inquiry, which was later struck out by a judge after a legal challenge from Salmond.

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