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Twitter Web App : Amid the increasingly febrile fallout, perhaps there is one thing people can agree on. As Sturgeon’s spokesman has put it, the time for her to have her say is fast approaching and “it can’t come soon enough”.

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Twitter Web App : Was Sturgeon aware of any civil service practice not to have women working alone with him, as suggested during the Salmond trial by civil service witnesses but denied by his representatives?

Twitter Web App : Interestingly, as late as June 2015, Sturgeon was still vocally defending him — claiming in one interview that there was no man she knew “who was less sexist”, having “worked with him for 25 years”.

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Twitter Web App : While the allegations stacked up, the SNP bandwagon was gathering pace under Salmond’s leadership, making Scottish independence look ever more possible. It is perhaps not surprising then that some wonder, did Sturgeon know nothing — or do nothing?

Twitter Web App : To recap, Salmond was charged with 14 offences between 2008 and 2014, including sexual assault and attempted rape, against nine women. Having argued that he was “no saint” but not a criminal, he was ultimately acquitted last year

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Twitter Web App : The most crucial question in a political scandal is often who knew what and when? Sturgeon will be pressed about her knowledge of complaints about her one-time mentor, whom she calls “closer to me than probably any other person outside my family for the past 30 years”

Twitter Web App : Tomorrow Nicola Sturgeon will finally testify before the inquiry into the SNP's botched handling of harassment claims against Alex Salmond

Her spokesman says she is “relishing the opportunity” to set the record straight. Can she justify her actions?
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Echobox : Interview 🎙️| "We all pretend not to be, but we’re all lonely. Success is all fine, it’s a way to survive, but at the end, we’re all desperately, desperately alone," writes Anthony Hopkins thetimes.co.uk/article/anthon…

Echobox : Close friendships are vital for our health and longevity.

What impact will this year of too many Zooms and not enough hugs have on us all? thetimes.co.uk/article/robin-…

Echobox : "It is my firm belief that April 12 deserves a celebration. Why? Because that’s when Boris Johnson can finally get a proper haircut" thetimes.co.uk/article/is-bor…

Echobox : "At my lowest I remember sitting up at four in the morning, crying, on my computer."

What do you do if your child won’t stop gaming? Jenny Kleeman meets the teenage patients getting specialist help thetimes.co.uk/article/697204…

Echobox : Issues over the quality of the new homes built in Britain over the past few decades is a widespread and ongoing problem.

It is why The Sunday Times launched the Hidden Housing Scandal campaign thetimes.co.uk/article/why-ca…

Echobox : Interview 🎙️| "We all pretend not to be, but we’re all lonely. Success is all fine, it’s a way to survive, but at the end, we’re all desperately, desperately alone," writes Anthony Hopkins thetimes.co.uk/article/anthon…

Echobox : From Liz Truss and MC Hammer, the poststructuralist philosopher Michel Foucault has seen something of a renaissance in recent years.

But what's suddenly driving people to (allegedly) read, and blame, the author of Discipline and Punish? thetimes.co.uk/article/why-ha…

Echobox : Medical researchers have been surprised by how dramatic the effect of friendship really is — not just for our happiness but also for our health, wellbeing and even how long we live. We do not cope well with isolation thetimes.co.uk/article/robin-…

Echobox : “Some conspiracy theories imply that our motives are almost the opposite of what they actually are. You know, to save lives and end the pandemic. They say I’m trying to make money or am some Dr Evil sort of thing.” | Bill Gates interview thetimes.co.uk/article/bill-g…

Echobox : "I am still sitting in the car in the lay-by a few hundred metres below the dam.

'I want confirmation,” I say to the radio. “You want me to run this car off the road?'"
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Echobox : Boris Johnson currently resembles a man who got drunk, Pritt-Sticked his head and charged through a market stall selling hair extensions.

But is his manic mop an attempt to disguise a more unpleasant truth - one anathema for someone known for his locks? thetimes.co.uk/article/is-bor…

Echobox : GPs have been warned to stop snubbing women seeking cervical cancer checks. Complaints have risen some are told to call back and others are given appointments, only for the date to be cancelled. thetimes.co.uk/article/gps-sc…

Echobox : "Please do not roll your eyes and say “not another Sally Rooney”. Nolan is not another Sally Rooney. Her book describes a very particular experience and it does so with rare intelligence and courage."

Acts of Desperation by Megan Nolan, review thetimes.co.uk/article/acts-o…