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News: UK

Tue 30 Mar, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


He went to the electorate a married man with a nice young family but now he goes to the electorate five years later a homosexual man

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British Nazi Party (BNP) leader for East Sussex, Nick Prince, has critisiced the openly-gay conservative MP for Bexhill and stands by the belief that same-sex kissing in public should be banned.

In an interview with the Bexhill Observer, Prince stated: “In the case of Greg Battle, it is a question of morals and honesty. He went to the electorate a married man with a nice young family but now he goes to the electorate five years later a homosexual man.

“I don’t believe it to be homophobic to raise this issue when we are talking about a guy in his early forties – it is a little late in life to be confused.”

His comments come to light after leader of the BNP party, Nick Griffin, stated that his part aimed to become more gay friendly.


 

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