A court hearing has been set for next month in the case against former first minister Alex Salmond, who faces attempted rape and sexual assault charges.
Alex Salmond will appear at the High Court Edinburgh next month for a preliminary hearing in relation to accusations of attempted rape.
Now is perhaps not the best time to encourage further constitutional upheaval in the UK, with the Brexit process continuing to divide the nation and the Parliament, as well as undermine our democracy and even the role of the monarchy.
When the largest march in living memory barely makes the news, it’s time to wonder what matters in politics.
A Holyrood committee is demanding “clarificiation” from the Scottish Government over why details of a legal payout to former first minister Alex Salmond have not been put online.
Former first minister Alex Salmond has said he would not have held the vote on independence in 2014 if he had known Boris Johnson would become Prime Minister and the UK would be facing the prospect of a hard Brexit.
Scotland’s former first minister Alex Salmond has been branded “the slipperiest of characters” by David Cameron, with the ex-PM saying it would have “hurt beyond belief” if Scots had voted for independence.
MSPs investigating how the Scottish Government handled misconduct allegations against Alex Salmond are seeking further clarification about court payments.
Former first minister Alex Salmond received more than £500,000 from the Scottish Government after a court ruled its handling of sexual harassment allegations against him had been "unlawful".
Boris Johnson once said a column consisted of a few jokes and paradox. If the joke is Boris, then the paradox is that by achieving high office, he diminishes it.