ALEX Salmond, First Minister, is entitled to draw a touch more than £140,000 a year from the public purse.
Sir Peter Housden, Permanent Secretary of the Scottish Government, gets £180,000. Senior judges, senators of the College of Justice, are on £173,000. By those standards £200,000 annually, with a contractual right to a bonus thrown in, counts as not bad at all.
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