Are religious people more likely to be honest?
I ask because of this story, about how a secularist group has lodged an official complaint against Cherie Booth QC after she spared a man from prison because he was religious.
Cherie Booth had heard the case of Shamso Miah who had broken a man's jaw following a row in a bank queue and said to him:
"I am going to suspend this sentence for the period of two years based on the fact you are a religious person and have not been in trouble before. You caused a mild fracture to the jaw of a member of the public standing in a queue at Lloyds Bank. You are a religious man and you know this is not acceptable behaviour."
We brought together the author and Thought for the Day contributor Anne Atkins, with the philosopher Professor AC Grayling.