‘Becoming very clear’ Sturgeon misled parliament over Salmond allegations, says Scots Tories leader

Scottish Conservatives leader Douglas Ross said it was "becoming very clear" that Nicola Sturgeon had misled Parliament over when she first knew of the allegations against Alex Salmond.

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He told Times Radio: "I think if anyone had seen the First Minister on television earlier on today she gets very touchy about this issue and the interrogation into what she knew, when she knew it, and how her Government have handled this whole situation."

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Mr Ross continued: "It shouldn't take a Scottish Parliament cross-party inquiry to get to the bottom of the truth between the current First Minister and the former first minister.

"But it just shows how the Scottish Government have got themselves embroiled in such an awful situation."

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Scottish Conservatives leader Douglas Ross said it was "becoming very clear" that Nicola Sturgeon had misled Parliament over when she first knew of the allegations against Alex Salmond.
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