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Faith-based organisations being looked at include those run by religious orders including the Benedictines, Sisters of Nazareth and the Christian Brothers.The inquiry is also investigating the relationship between the Catholic Church and these religious orders.However, successor Lady Smith said: "I see to it that the inquiry operates independently - independently of central government, independently of local government, independently of the police, independently of the prosecution services and independently of any other organisation, whether based here in Scotland or elsewhere."Had I had any concerns about its ability do so, I would not have accepted this appointment." Aside from Gordonstoun and Fettes, other schools being investigated include Merchiston Castle School in Edinburgh, Loretto School in Musselburgh, East Lothian, and Morrison's Academy in Crieff, Perthshire.She left her post in July last year, a month after panel member Professor Michael Lamb resigned citing "repeated threats" to the inquiry's independence.A Scottish Government spokesman said that ministers had "acted appropriately at all times" and "continue to be committed to the independence of the inquiry"."We want to find out why the abuse was not prevented, why it was not stopped, and what needs to be done to protect children in care in the future."The inquiry has been plagued by problems since it was set up in October 2015 and has already cost more than £3.5million.The hearing came as court documents revealed that Ms O'Brien is claiming damages for breach of contract, arguing that moves to sack her after she made allegedly inappropriate comments at a training session had made her position untenable.
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