Would an independent Scotland be a religious or a secular state?

In the fifteen years of devolution a new multi-faith religious establishment has emerged in Scotland in partnership with Scotland’s national Presbyterian Church. But does religion need any special constitutional recognition and why should it be singled out from the considerable range of other areas of human activity, asks Norman Bonney.



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