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18:17 | 23rd March 2017

News: UK

Wed 28 Apr, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


Cameron acted “within minutes” and said about his decision "I could not have acted any quicker."

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David Cameron has removed Philip Lardner from his position within the Conservative Party within minutes of hearing the derogotoary comments he had made against gay people on his site.

Lardner of North Ayrshire and Arran in Southwest Scotland posted 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 party leader, Cameron has revealed that he reacted within minutes of hearing the news and removed the him from his position immediately.

According to The Sun, Cameron acted “within minutes” and said about his decision "I could not have acted any quicker."



However Lardner’s name will still be on ballot papers for his area as the deadline has already passed to remove him.

 

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