CONTROVERSIAL television pundit and historian David Starkey has raised a storm of protest after comparing Alex Salmond to Hitler.
Mr Starkey said the First Minister was a "democratic Caledonian Hitler, although some would say Hitler was more democratically elected".
He told a debate hosted by the centre-right think-tank the Bow Group on the teaching of British history in UK schools that, for Mr Salmond, "the English, like the Jews, are everywhere". Politicians in Scotland united to dismiss Mr Starkey as a crank, a man who earned his living through insulting others.
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