- Dr Richard Scott investigated over complaint by the National Secular Society
- NSS admitted it didn’t know identity of complainant and it was second hand
- Dr Scott welcomed ruling but questioned why the GMC had taken up the case
- December 10, 2019 By Rory Tingle, Mailonline
A Christian doctor who risked losing his job for offering to pray with patients has been cleared of any wrongdoing after being subjected to a three-month probe over an anonymous complaint.
Dr Richard Scott, 59, was investigated after the National Secular Society (NSS) claimed that a ‘highly vulnerable’ patient ‘felt discomfort at the use of prayer’. More…