Breaking: Investigation clears Nicola Sturgeon of breaking ministerial code

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An independent investigation has found that Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon did not break the ministerial code of conduct.

It follows allegations Ms Sturgeon failed to record meetings with former First Minister Alexander Salmond about sexual harassment allegations against him while he was in office.

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