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Exclusive: David Cameron to answer your questions

Jessica Geen March 16, 2010
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Conservative Party leader David Cameron has agreed to answer questions from readers.

Following our reader Q&A with Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg last month, we’ve secured opportunities for our readers to quiz Mr Cameron and, at a later date, Gordon Brown on LGBT rights and other policy areas before the general election.

Mr Cameron has been keen to set out his gay-friendly credentials in the last year, taking care to mention civil partnerships in his conference speech and when discussing the Tories’ tax cuts for commitment.

However, this is your chance to ask him how he would tackle issues such as homophobic hate crime and anti-gay bullying and how he can reassure the gay community that their rights will not be rolled back if the Tories win power.

We’re also welcoming questions on other policy areas, such as crime, education, the economy and health.

Please email questions to by Monday March 22nd with ‘David Cameron’ in the subject line and your name.

Editor’s note: We’ve already had plenty of gay marriage questions, so other topics are welcome. Only a selection of questions will be submitted.

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