After a formidable performance, Alex Salmond may yet have his revenge on Nicola Sturgeon

  The former Scottish first minister ran rings round the committee questioning him as he made his fury clear.  " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" data-adaptive-image-1024-img="" data-adaptive-image-max-img=""> At long last, there he was. After twice previously cancelling his appearance, Alex Salmond appeared on Friday afternoon (26 February) before the Holyrood committee investigating the Scottish government’s handling of sexual misconduct complaints against him. This was a serious moment, and Salmond presented appropriately: he was dressed in business blue, the ever-present saltire badge in his lapel, a frown firmly fixed above his beetle brows. He was battling “a small chest infection” which had left him with a stubborn cough, he told the committee, but he was never going to miss this chance. The ten-minute opening statement revealed a man simmering with fury at what he sees as his ill-treatment. Ever since he was found not guilty  of the criminal c .. Full story on 

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