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Top gay Labour MPs hold onto their seats with reduced majorities

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  1. BrazilBoysBlog 7 May 2010, 11:06am

    Pleased to see all of our guys getting returned to parliament.

  2. Disappointed Mr Bradshaw has been returned. A hopeless and utterly forgettble politician, especial on fisheries policy.

  3. Never Kissed a Tory 8 May 2010, 10:28am

    Real shame that we lose David Borrow. Exactly the kind of unshowy, committed, intelligent MP that we should have more of. Very committed to LGBT rights and very reliable in his support. He served for 13 years and should be proud of what he achieved for LGBT rights in that time. We wish him all the best for the future.

  4. A memo written by William Hague has been leaked. It reveals the Tory’s true colours and shows us all now, once and for all, that Call-Me-Dave has been nothing but window-dressing, a detestable lie. The Tories have an agenda which is in line with Philippa Stroud being Head of their Centre for Social Justice.

    Read:

    “we are committed to returning powers from the European level to the UK in three key areas – the Charter of Fundamental Rights, criminal justice, and social and employment legislation.”

    See the whole article at the link below and notice how the arrogant Hague fully expects to be the new Foreign Minister on Monday and has taken it for granted that Call-Me-Dave will be Prime Minister.

    Here is the proof then. Hague has spelt it out. The Tories intend in the coming weeks to withdraw the UK from all EU regulation regarding the Charter of Fundamental Rights, criminal justice, and social and employment legislation.

    That’s the rights of all we non-religionists and LGBTs down the drain.

    That’s back to church on Sunday for Britain.

    That’s all sorts of businesses granted the right to slam the door in the faces of LGBTs.

    Source:
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/may/09/tory-eurosceptic-letter-william-hague

    PLEASE COPY OF THE ABOVE AND EMAIL IT TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW.

    WE MUST MAKE SUCH A CLAMOUR ABOUT THIS THAT THE LIB-DEMS IMMEDIATELY DITCH ANY NOTIONS OF FORMING A COALITION WITH THE NASTY PARTY.

  5. For the record: Stephen Twigg didn’t retain his seat. He was returned to Parliament for a new constituency after being defeated in 2005.

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