Scouts consider oath for atheists
The UK Scout Association is considering an alternative oath for atheists.
The 105-year-old movement is launching a consultation to see if members would back a Scout Promise for those who feel unable to pledge a "duty to God".
Versions of the oath already exist for the Muslim, Hindu and Buddhist faiths, but this is the first time such an adaptation has been considered.
In March, the National Secular Society said atheist children and potential Scout leaders were being put off.
Matt Mills is a Scout leader and is chairing the group carrying out the review.