Looks like the Scots have the balls to do the right thing.

Police in Scotland are understood to be investigating claimsJanner 1 Labour peer Lord Janner abused a boy there in the 1970s.
Det Ch Supt Lesley Boal said Police Scotland officers were investigating a historical complaint – but did not confirm a name.
Lord Janner was accused of abuse allegations during the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s – but was deemed unfit to stand trial in England because of dementia.
The former MP has consistently denied all allegations against him.
BBC home affairs correspondent Tom Symonds said the allegation had first been made in 1991 by a Leicester man who told police that Greville Janner sexually abused him on a string of trips across the UK during the 1970s – including in Scotland.