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20 years ago today, the Tories celebrated ‘a victory for common sense’ when Thatcher’s homophobic Section 28 was saved

PinkNews Friday, 7 February 2020
Twenty years ago today, the Conservative party celebrated saving homophobic legislation Section 28, introduced by Margaret Thatcher in 1988, which prevented local authorities and schools from “promoting homosexuality”. By 2000, a Labour government was in power for the first time in more than 20 years with Tony...
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