Scottish government admits inquiry was unlawful and ‘tainted by apparent bias’

Nicola Sturgeon has defended her government’s handling of sexual harassment claims against Alex Salmond after its investigation was thrown out in court.

In a humiliating climbdown, the Scottish government admitted in court on Tuesday that an inquiry it launched last January into harassment allegations against the former Scottish first minister was unlawful and “tainted by apparent bias”.

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