Over three years, two judges and one jury have looked at the evidence and found the Scottish Government wanting, and Alex Salmond innocent. Yet he still faces continued assault from people close to the First Minister, and Government reluctance for transparency on releasing key material. On Friday Mr Salmond set the record straight on his position. REPLAY the proceedings below and follow the ongoing discussion on Twitter using hashtag #SalmondSpeaks.
If the people of Scotland elect a pro-independence majority of MSPs to the Scottish Parliament this coming election, do you believe this should give the Scottish Parliament the democratic legitimacy to hold a referendum on Scottish independence?
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Yes, I think a pro-independence majority elected to the Scottish parliament should grant the authority and legitimacy to the parliament to hold a referendum on Scottish independence.
No, I think the Scottish parliament must get the permission of the UK Government to hold a referendum on Scottish independence