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Peter Tatchell has called on David Cameron to speak out about homophobia in the Commonwealth ahead of the Commonwealth Games next week. A rally will be held outside Downing Street tonight, organised by African LGBTI Out & Proud Diamond Group, and supported by the Peter Tatchell Foundation, to protest continuing anti-gay laws. Homosexuality is a crime in 42 of the 53 member states. Punishments can include life imprisonment and even the death penalty in Northern Nigeria and rural Pakistan.

Cathy asks: Is Glasgow 2014 the right time and place to tackle homophobia?

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Wed 16 Jul 2014 08:50
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