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Nicola Sturgeon has been  ordered not to delete phone records, emails or text messages related to her government's botched inquiry into allegations against Alex Salmond.

A Scottish Parliament inquiry into the debacle wrote to the First Minister telling her to keep both hard copy and electronic documents, including any personal communications with her predecessor.

The Committee on the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints told her she must preserve any data which would otherwise be deleted "in the ordinary course of business."

She was also ordered not to delete details of any employees or SNP members involved "directly or indirectly" with the complaints made against Mr Salmond....

Nicola Sturgeon has been  ordered not to delete phone records, emails or text messages related to her government's botched inquiry into allegations against Alex Salmond.

A Scottish Parliament inquiry into the debacle wrote to the First Minister telling her to keep both hard copy and electronic documents, including any personal communications with her predecessor.

The Committee on the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints told her she must preserve any data which would otherwise be deleted "in the ordinary course of business."

She was also ordered not to delete details of any employees or SNP members involved "directly or indirectly" with the complaints made against Mr Salmond....

Nicola Sturgeon has been  ordered not to delete phone records, emails or text messages related to her government's botched inquiry into allegations against Alex Salmond.

A Scottish Parliament inquiry into the debacle wrote to the First Minister telling her to keep both hard copy and electronic documents, including any personal communications with her predecessor.

The Committee on the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints told her she must preserve any data which would otherwise be deleted "in the ordinary course of business."

She was also ordered not to delete details of any employees or SNP members involved "directly or indirectly" with the complaints made against Mr Salmond....

Nicola Sturgeon has been  ordered not to delete phone records, emails or text messages related to her government's botched inquiry into allegations against Alex Salmond.

A Scottish Parliament inquiry into the debacle wrote to the First Minister telling her to keep both hard copy and electronic documents, including any personal communications with her predecessor.

The Committee on the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints told her she must preserve any data which would otherwise be deleted "in the ordinary course of business."

She was also ordered not to delete details of any employees or SNP members involved "directly or indirectly" with the complaints made against Mr Salmond....