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06 June 2010

  • 6th June 2010

    Punch Taverns begins investigation over homophobia row with Labour gay group 39

    The pub say they often hang LGBT pride flags in their window

    10:20 PM — Punch Taverns says it has begun an internal investigation after the deputy manager of its Greencoat Boy pub in Westminster allegedly told the Labour Party's LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans) group that he would not have accepted the group's booking had he have known they were gay.

  • Pub that allegedly said it would have banned gay Labour group reported to police 26

    The Greencoat Boy is owned by Punch Taverns

    2:04 AM — A London pub has been reported to the police following an alleged homophobic comment made by its manager to the Labour Party's LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans) group. The comments have sparked widespread condemnation by senior labour figures including leadership candidate Ed Balls and Sarah Brown, the wife of former prime minister Gordon Brown and former deputy prime minister John Prescott.

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