Scottish first minister 'dismayed' at idea complaints were made up

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says the idea that complainants were manufacturing sexual harassment claims against her predecessor, Alex Salmond, left her feeling “dismayed.” During questioning, Scottish parliament lawmaker and member of the inquiry Alasdair Allan said it “became clear” when Salmond gave evidence previously he believed people were trying to “manufacture” allegations against him. In response, Sturgeon said she was “dismayed” at suggestions that claims were being “concoted” as a “number of women came forward of their own free will.” “To this day, I don’t know the identi…

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