The Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond has told the Leveson inquiry into press standards that his bank account was hacked by a Sunday newspaper.
Giving evidence this afternoon he said the incident had happened in 1999. He told the inquiry that he had evidence to suggest that Observer newspaper had accessed details of his finances.
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