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Sunday Herald, Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh, EH99 1SP.
The First Minister argued that he was unable to say whether he had received legal advice on Scotland's EU membership due to a gagging clause in the code.
However, the Sunday Herald can reveal the Government rewrote the key section of the code while the issue was being considered by Scotland's Freedom of Information (FoI) watchdog.
Branding the Westminster Government "incompetent Lord Snooties", he said they were "hell-bent on pulling our society apart at the seams" and it was time to choose a different future.
Without change, Labour and the Tories in London would continue to impose cuts on Scotland and, in the long term, starve the public services devised by Holyrood, he said.
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