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Holyrood inquiry split over publication of Alex Salmond evidence

Salmond says statement is essential part of his case alleging that first minister broke ministerial code

The Holyrood inquiry into the Scottish government’s handling of sexual harassment allegations against Alex Salmond is in crisis after deep divisions emerged over publication of his evidence to the investigation.

During a tense four-hour private meeting on Tuesday, the nine-strong committee voted by five to four against publishing a statement that Salmond says is an essential part of his case alleging that Nicola Sturgeon broke the ministerial code.

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