Theresa May urged to apologise for Britain's anti-gay colonial past

Prime minister encouraged to use Commonwealth summit to send out clear message on LGBT rightsTheresa May has been urged to apologise for Britain’s historical legacy of anti-gay laws across the Commonwealth as leaders of the 53 member states gather for a summit in London on Monday. Gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell argued that the government should help address colonial-era legislation that treats more than 100 million lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people across the Commonwealth as criminals. Continue reading......

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By: The Guardian - Sunday, 15 April

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