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Churches have kept registers of baptisms (or births), marriages, burials (or deaths) and other events (such as people moving from one parish to another) for centuries.
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Wishaw and Motherwell MSP John Pentland said: "We’ve always known that convictions were likely to be just the tip of the iceberg, and that in many ways the biggest problem was the number of sex offenders we didn’t know about – often not strangers, but relatives and other people in positions of trust."The high profile cases of recent years mean more victims have been given the confidence to come forward and identify their abusers, and there has been a greater number of successful convictions as a consequence.
Another factor is the increase in internet-based cases where there have been major improvements in detection and legislative changes to tackle offences such as grooming and child pornography."So while I understand the concerns that people have about the increase in registered sex offenders in our communities, it is important to remember that many of these people have always been there, but we are better off with them on the register.
A 14th-century Scottish castle, recently auctioned on the internet, has been sold to an unknown American buyer for about £8m.
The new owner of Lee Castle in Lanark, South Lanarkshire, has also secured a baronet's title and 261 acres of land.