That is it from Holyrood Live on Thursday 10 January 2019.
Scotland's first minister has denied conspiring against or colluding with Alex Salmond over the sexual harassment allegations against him.
Nicola Sturgeon was speaking after Mr Salmond claimed some people wanted to "remove me as a political threat".
Facing further questions from opposition leaders during FMQs, Ms Sturgeon repeatedly insisted that she did not attempt to intervene in the investigation process after being told about it by Mr Salmond at her home in Glasgow on 2 April.
Ms Sturgeon revealed that the Scottish government's chief of staff, Liz Lloyd, had been present during that meeting and that Mr Salmond was also represented - which has led opposition parties to question why it was not treated as a Scottish government meeting and minuted.