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Alex Salmond has gone down yet another notch or two in my estimation after the revelation that the former First Minister accepted £29,544 in a 'redundancy' payment despite swapping his seat in the Holyrood Parliament for one in Westminster. Now according to the rules Mr Salmond may be quite entitled to claim a resettlement grant which is intended to help former MSPs adjust to a new life outside of Parliament.
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