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News: UK

Wed 28 Apr, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


Lardner wrote on his site under the section “What I believe in” that he believes “homosexuality is not ‘normal behaviour

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Once again the Conservative party has found themselves pushing the gay voters away as we head nearer to the General Election after a candidate for the party branded homosexuality as ‘not normal behavior’.

Tory MP Philip Lardner of North Ayrshire and Arran in Southwest Scotland posted on his website a homophobic comment that has lef thte LGBT community angry and once again impacting on the Blue party and their chance in the vote.

Lardner wrote on his site under the section “What I believe in” that he believes “homosexuality is not ‘normal behaviour’.” The comment has now been removed for the site.

Conservative Leader David Cameron has been battling to endeavor to the LGBT community that his party is gay-friendly and strongly support gay issues.


 

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