BBC report on our call for recognition of increasingly secular Scotland

April 19, 2013

The BBC reports that The Humanist Society of Scotland said that there needed to be greater recognition of an increasingly secular Scotland. The society, which is holding its annual general meeting this weekend, claims that almost half of Scots are not religious. Read the full story

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