Losing our religion
The number of Scots who say they are not religious has risen to almost threequarters, a poll found.
Just under a quarter (23.6 per cent) said they were religious, while 72.4 per cent said they were not, figures released by Humanist Society Scotland showed.
This was up from a similar poll in 2011 when just over half (56 per cent) said they were not religious.
“If anyone commits a crime, be it fraud or anything else, then you would expect police would make inquiries into it.
“If this happened in any other profession, the appropriate professional body would make inquiries and, if there was a criminal element to it, you would expect police to become involved.
“I don’t not see how the situation should be any different for solicitors.”
Stephen, a former senior medic at the State Hospital at Carstairs,