Alex Salmond: weak leadership could hurt case for Scottish independence

Former first minister launches a stinging attack on the SNP during evidence to a Holyrood inquiry

Alex Salmond has suggested that weak and incompetent leadership of Scotland’s institutions could undermine the case for independence, in a bitter attack on his former allies and party.

The former first minister said huge deficiencies had been exposed in the running of the Scottish government and the Crown Office, as he blamed both institutions for forcing him to live through a “nightmare” during the last three years.

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