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David Cameron supports LGBT History Month

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  1. Blimey, we’ve got a very “supporting” prime minister. Now he should just join us in the “big society” plan he’s selling, and abdicate the salary and all the other perks his political position brings…

    1. Gay zone PERVERTS 15 Dec 2013, 5:01pm

      the PERVERTS from the gay zone/NONCE ZONE are twisted sick perverted sex cases they should be closed down and batterd every day for the rest of there nonce stalking grooming life i say stand up and fight these perverts every time you see them.

  2. *puke*

    almost makes me want to be straight

  3. OK Dave, now put your money where your mouth is – equal marriage laws now

  4. OK Dave, put your money where your mouth is, equal marriage laws now

  5. “Events like this enrich our society and challenge us to think more about the world around us.”

    Downing street could churn out that statement for any event they wish to comment on.

  6. ‘puke’…me too!

  7. de Villiers 15 Feb 2011, 8:11am

    Everyone is being a bit bitter. It is not that the statement appears anodyne that is important. It is that the Prime Minister has said something positive about LGBT history month.

  8. Jock S. Trap 15 Feb 2011, 8:24am

    It’s certainly refreshing.

  9. It is indeed impossible to imagine a Tory Prime Minister saying such things only a little while ago. Good on him. Still want him out of office, though.

  10. This is sooo unfair on Mr Supportive…
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    David Cameron was accused of ‘gross insensitivity’ after it was revealed that internships with City hedge funds were sold to wealthy Tories’ children for thousands of pounds to raise cash for the party.
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    Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/work/article.html?in_article_id=522795&in_page_id=53928
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    Big Society in action…

  11. de Villiers 15 Feb 2011, 3:19pm

    Beberts, the relevance of your post to the instant article is unclear.

  12. Don’t worry, if you don’t know what BS means, or who David Cameron is, you’ll soon find out…

  13. … and learn to smell BS before stepping on it …

  14. de Villiers 16 Feb 2011, 6:49am

    BerbertS is the only BS I can see here.

  15. He supported section 28, and voted to keep it in 2003. He presides over a conservative party who’s homophobic roots show up regularly, yet still presents himself as a “change” even while putting outright homophobes into cabinet postions (including the minister for equality). I see little reason to believe that the tories have changed at all.

  16. he says all the rights things and gives it all lip service and brings about cuts that close down essential services and help for LGBT people – he might as well have said I support myself and these are voters that could vote for me – all words – we need to see evidence of your support

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