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Scotland’s prosecution service has raised “grave concerns” over the Scottish Parliament’s decision to publish documents from Alex Salmond.

The papers name people Mr Salmond alleges were part of a “malicious” attempt to remove him from public life.

It is understood MSPs on the parliament’s corporate body are meeting to discuss a letter that was sent by the Crown Office on Monday night.

The parliament has also asked the Crown Office to clarify its concerns.

The documents were published ahead of Mr Salmond giving evidence to the inquiry that is investigating the Scottish government’s botched

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