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General Election 2010

  • 19th March 2010

    Gay hustings reveals more laughs than policy differences between parties 48

    Chris Bryant provided the most laughs at the debate

    2:03 AM — An audience of around 200 almost exclusively gay men attended the Village Drinks LGB election hustings hosted by Stonewall chief executive Ben Summerskill. A panel representing the four largest political parties in Britain consisted of the openly gay Europe minister Chris Bryant; Liberal Democrat Young people and Equality spokesperson Lynne Featherstone; Conservative shadow environment secretary Nick Herbet and Green Party candidate Chris Smith.

  • 14th March 2010

    Poll finds Conservative support among gay community rises particularly among the young 251

    David Cameron was the most popular choice for prime minister

    9:52 AM — A poll of PinkNews.co.uk readers has found that although Labour is still the top choice for gay voters, there has been a substantial shift towards the Conservative Party since the last election. Among first time gay voters, the Conservatives are overwhelmingly the most popular party.

  • 28th February 2010

    Video- David Cameron: ‘Conservatives are tolerant, compassionate and modern’ 35

    David Cameron spoke to party members today

    6:22 PM — Conservative Party leader David Cameron has delivered a key note speech at the party's spring forum in Brighton. Although he made no direct reference to LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgenered) issues, he did attempt to portray the party as modern, tolerant and compassionate.

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