Alex Salmond has been paid £512,250 by the Scottish Government for legal costs relating to the botched internal investigation into his behaviour.
A new “report and support” system allowing students to raise concerns over sexual harassment and violence has been launched at Aberdeen University.
SNP’s Linda Fabiani expected to chair Holyrood investigation into handling of complaints against Alex Salmond
Long-standing SNP MSP Linda Fabiani is the favourite to head-up the Holyrood investigation into the Scottish Government’s botched handling of harassment claims against Alex Salmond.
The SNP in Aberdeen has called for the city’s depute provost Alan Donnelly to be suspended from his party’s group, following allegations of sexual harassment.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon last night apologised to the two women who made sexual harassment complaints against Alex Salmond after the collapse of the Scottish Government’s investigation into the claims.
Jessica Alba has spoken of experiencing sexual harassment “all the time along the way” throughout her career.
One in five British festival goers have experienced sexual assault or harassment at an event, according to new research.
As the summer music season kicks off, a new YouGov poll has found that more than one in five British festival goers – and one in three women – have experienced sexual assault or harassment while attending a festival.
Hollywood superstar Sharon Stone has said she hopes disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein goes to jail.
Matt Damon has said he wishes he had “listened a lot more” before he commented on the Hollywood sexual harassment scandal.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has said politicians should be “ashamed” that they did not act on harassment before now as fresh allegations rocked Holyrood.
I have spent a lot of time over the last week thinking and reflecting.
A north-east MSP has spoken out about the “disgusting and lewd” harassment she was subjected to by a boss at a company where she worked.
A sexual harassment phone-line is to be set-up at Holyrood as parliamentary authorities pledged to take action over “disturbing and deeply concerning” reports.