The inquiry is also investigating faith-based organisations run by religious orders including the Benedictines, Sisters of Nazareth and the Christian Brothers.
BY HILARY DUNCANSON
31 JAN 2017
More than 60 residential care establishments for youngsters are being investigated by the team working on Scotland’s national child abuse inquiry.
Lady Smith, the inquiry chairwoman, has revealed they are among more than 100 locations where the abuse of children is alleged to have taken place.
Boarding schools, institutions run by religious orders and local authorities are among the establishments being probed.
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