Former first minister of Scotland Alex Salmond is set to go on trial over accusations of sexual assault, including one of attempted rape.
The 65-year-old faces 14 charges of alleged offences against 10 women, all of which he denies.
They include one of attempted rape, 11 of sexual assault – including one with intent to rape – and two of indecent assault.
His trial is due to begin on Monday in front of judge Lady Dorrian at the High Court in Edinburgh and is expected to last for four weeks.
The charges span a period between June 29, 2008, and November 11, 2014, with one sexual assault said to have taken place in the month of the Scottish independence referendum.