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ALEX Salmond has threatened to pull out of the Holyrood inquiry into his legal fight with Nicola Sturgeon’s government in a row over censored evidence.
The former First Minister, who had been due to testify in person tomorrow, said he would only appear before MSPs if they published a submissison in which he accused Ms Sturgeon of misleading parliament.
Tomorrow’s evidence session has now been cancelled.
His lawyer, David McKie of Glasgow-based Levy & McRae. sent the letter below to MSPs on Sunday night.