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  • 25th May 2010

    Queen discusses Pope’s controversial visit in coalition speech 20

    The Pope has called gay marriage "dangerous" in the past

    2:57 PM — In her speech today, the Queen outlined the Pope's planned religious activities for his state visit in September. His visit will be the first Papal one ever in the UK, that of Pope John Paul II in 1982 being a papal one. Britain's welcoming of the Pope has not gone down well with the LGBT population.

  • 19th February 2010

    Government accused of U-turn over faith schools’ teaching on homosexuality 62

    The government was accused of trying to introduce "the new Section 28"

    11:49 AM — The government has been accused of performing a U-turn over an amendment allowing faith schools to teach about homosexuality in line with their "religious character". Some critics it looked like "another Section 28".

  • 12th February 2010

    Protestors will tell Pope to ‘snog off’ 39

    The kiss-in will take place on Valentine's Day

    5:36 PM — A 'kiss-in' will be held as part of Sunday's Valentine's Day protest against the Pope's visit to the UK. Demonstrators plan to march from London's Westminster Cathedral to the Italian embassy in Grosvenor Square and those willing are being asked to take five minutes to publicly show their love for their partners.

  • 10th February 2010

    Valentine’s Day protest over Pope’s UK visit 10

    The Pope is to visit the UK in September

    2:53 PM — A protest against the Pope's visit to the UK is to take place in central London this Sunday. It is being planned by the Central London Humanist Group in partnership with the British Humanist Association, the National Secular Society and gay equality group OutRage! among others.

  • 14th December 2009

    Coalition calls on Lords to reject religious exemptions in Equality Bill 12

    The bill will have its second reading in the Lords tomorrow

    12:36 PM — A coalition of liberal religious and social justice groups is calling on the House of Lords to reject religious opt-outs from the Equality Bill. The bill is scheduled for its second reading in the Lords tomorrow.

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