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11:59 | 21st November 2017

News: UK

Thu 17 Jun, 2010
By Danielle Carter


We are getting there, of course the garden was bigger in my old place but the kids are loving it, said David Cameron

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David Cameron last night held an LGBT reception at Downing Street ahead of the summer Pride celebrations.

The reception, which, was held in the gardens of No. 10 was host to members of the gay press, Pride delegates and other select members of the LGBT community.

Among the crowd were LGBT celebrities including Amanda Barrie from Coronation Street, Dr Christian Jessen, John Barrowman and Duncan from Blue.



MPs and other political figures in attendance were Theresa May, Eric Pickles, Mathew Paris and of course Cameron and Clegg.

David Cameron addressed the party goers joking 'Where is my civil partner Mr Clegg?' He of course didn't let Nick speak but went on to say that 'This summer is not only about Football but also about Pride.'

The Prime minister spoke to Pinkwire about how his move into number 10 was going. 'We are getting there, of course the garden was bigger in my old place but the kids are loving it."

Cameron said that he was now getting used to throwing soirees around the back of the famous black door. "I had the England football team here last week, no I mean the cricket team. Hopefully the England team won't be back until the end of the summer. We must be able to beat Nigeria."

Cameron also announced that the Conservative government had got it wrong in the past but were going to push forward for equal rights for all LGBT people, starting by encouraging religious organisations to hold civil partnerships.

 

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