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28 January 2006

  • 28th January 2006

    Simon Hughes claims saying he was not gay was not “morally or factually incorrect” 19

    Simon Hughes: “What I said wasn't morally wrong. It was not factually wrong“

    12:00 AM — Simon Hughes, candidate for the leader of the Liberal Democrats today told the Independent that his previous statements regarding his sexuality were not morally or factually wrong."What I said to this paper [that I was not gay] was not intended to mislead. I was trying to reinforce that barrier around my private life. It is not dishonest to protect your privacy. What I said wasn't morally wrong. It was not factually wrong."

  • Synagogue appoints gay rabbi five years after rejecting lesbian

    Finchley Reform Synagogue in north London has appointed an openly gay rabbi

    12:00 AM — Finchley Reform Synagogue in north London has appointed an openly gay rabbi just five years after it rejected a lesbian Rabbi to be the community's spiritual head.The synagogue was embroiled in controversy following the proposal to appoint an openly lesbian Rabbi, Melina Carr in 2000. Her appointment was recommended by the synagogue's rabbinical committee but was vetoed by the community. The synagogue later apologised to Rabbi Carr for "unwarranted intrusion into aspects of her private life."

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