TfL bans 'gay cure' bus advert

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An advert suggesting gay people can be "cured" through therapy has been banned by Transport for London (TfL).

The campaign by the Core Issues Trust had been due to run on London's buses from next week. It has described the move as censorship but TfL said the adverts did not reflect a "tolerant and inclusive" London.

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