COPFS refuses to hand over any information it holds about the Scottish Government’s Alex Salmond inquiry.
Holyrood's Salmond inquiry said it does not want to see files the former FM complained would 'malign his reputation'.
Ruth Davidson branded as 'absurd' the FM's claim she forgot an encounter which discussed allegations against Alex Salmond.
The First Minister has submitted evidence to Holyrood's Alex Salmond inquiry.
SNP chief Peter Murrell is alleged to have sent messages that suggest 'pressurising' police over the Alex Salmond case.
But former permanent secretary Sir Peter Housden said there were 'no indication at any stage' of sexual misconduct.
Permanent secretary Leslie Evans denies harassment policy was 'engineered' to target the former FM.
Scotland's top civil servant Leslie Evans is due to give evidence before MSPs in Tuesday's opening session.
Potential witnesses in Holyrood's inquiry include Nicola Sturgeon, her husband Peter Murrell and Alex Salmond.
The former first minister was cleared of all charges of sex offences by a jury in the High Court.
Mark Hirst has been charged in connection with an alleged 'menacing communication' following the trial.
Gordon Jackson QC was recorded on a train naming two of his client’s accusers while the trial was ongoing.
A rape charity describes the former SNP candidate's comments as 'sinister and threatening'.
QC Gordon Jackson was filmed on a train during Alex Salmond's trial naming two of his client's accusers.
Jackson Carlaw says Nicola Sturgeon, the SNP and the Scottish Government all have questions to answer.
Former first minister was cleared of all sexual assault charges following an 11-day trial.
Former first minister acquitted after two-week trial at the High Court in Edinburgh.
The former first minister is facing 13 charges of sexually assaulting nine women.
Prosecutor tells court the former first minister abused his position to satisfy his desires.
Evidence concludes at the former first minister's trial with speeches due on Thursday afternoon.