What about apology to taxpayers?
SIR, – Not for the first time First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has had to apologise. This time she apologised to two women, who made sexual harassment complaints against Alex Salmond, after he won a case at the Court of Session regarding the Scottish Government’s unlawful inquiry into Mr Salmond’s conduct.
Why only apologise to the two women?
What about an apology to the Scottish taxpayer who will foot a legal bill in excess of £500,000, and that is before Mr Salmond looks into further legal options?
Just think what these funds could have given our health service or education system. All a rather sad reflection of the cracks and backroom infighting which are now starting to become apparent in the SNP.
Jim Bruce, Edinmore Drive, Daviot, Inverurie