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'I've got nothing to hide' Sturgeon defends 'absurd' claim she forgot Salmond sexual assault meeting

Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of “taking people for fools” over her “absurd” claim she had “forgotten” about a meeting at which she was informed about sexual misconduct allegations against Alex Salmond.

Ruth Davidson, the Scottish Tories’ Holyrood leader, said Ms Sturgeon’s evidence to a Holyrood inquiry over her role in her government’s botched handling of the allegations “beggars belief”.

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