EXCLUSIVE: It is understood Holyrood was contacted yesterday

The Crown Office has urged the Scottish Parliament to remove a document from its website over fears it could breach a court order from the Alex Salmond trial.
It is understood the prosecution body has requested Holyrood takes immediate action to address its concerns.
The request came on the same day Parliament published a submission by Salmond to the Holyrood Inquiry which accused allies of Nicola Sturgeon of plotting to put him in prison.
A spokesperson for the Scottish Parliament said: The Crown Office wrote to the SPCB last night. We have asked the Crown Office to clarify its concern so that we can respond today.
A Holyrood committee is investigating the SNP Governments botched handling of sexual misconduct complaints against Salmond when he was First Minister.
Salmond took the government to court and it was agreed the internal probe, which destroyed his friendship with Nicola Sturgeon, had been unlawful.
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The former First Ministers allies believe government and SNP figures tried to plot his downfall.
He was separately acquitted of sexual offences after a trial last year.
The Holyrood inquiry has itself been at the centre of a row after twice refusing to publish one of Salmonds submissions.
MSPs on the Inquiry were concerned about a potential breach of a court order in the criminal trial.
However, the parliaments governing corporate body decided the submission could be published and it appeared on the Holyrood website yesterday.
In his bombshell submission, Salmond accused Sturgeon of misleading Parliament in relation to the unlawful sexual misconduct probe.
He also accused senior SNP figures, including Sturgeons husband Peter Murrell, of supporting a malicious and concerted attempt to damage his reputation.
The Daily Record understands the Crown contacted the Scottish Parliament yesterday in relation to concerns about a document published on its website.
The Crown declined to comment.