Nicola Sturgeon has said she will “get on with the job” of steering Scotland out of the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday.
The day after she slammed Alex Salmond's "deeply inappropriate behaviour" amid the "sex pest" storm as she fought for her job.
The First Minister also apologised to the two women she admits were "failed" by a Scottish Government investigation into harassment complaints against Mr Salmond.
Sturgeon was challenged by opposition leaders about the last-minute release of the legal advice to the committee.
"I’m going to get on with the job that I suspect most people watching at home right now want me to get on with, which is leading this country through and out of a pandemic," she said.
SALMOND SLAMMED Nicola Sturgeon blasts Alex Salmond’s ‘deeply inappropriate behaviour’ amid ‘sex pest’ storm as she fights for her job
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