Davidson raised DUP gay rights concern
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Davidson spoke to PM over DUP gay rights concern

Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson spoke to Theresa May about her concerns over the Democratic Unionist Party's gay rights views.

She told BBC Scotland she had been given a guarantee from the PM that a minority Conservative government would preserve gay rights, including gay marriage, despite entering a possible deal with the DUP.

The Northern Ireland party is against gay marriage.

Ms Davidson is due to marry her female partner.

  • 09 Jun 2017