Legalising gay marriage would undermine Christian view of family, claims leading Catholic archbishopArchbishop of Birmingham says government can't see 'full consequences' Warns of impact for 'children involved or wider society' in letter to churchesRemarks are latest attack from senior Catholic on David Cameron's plans | UPDATED: 02:11 GMT, 30 December 2012 Outspoken: Archbishop Bernard Longley, writing in a letter to churches in his diocese, warns that plans to legalise gay marriage could tarnish the Christian view of family life Plans to legalise gay marriage would undermine the Christian view of the family, according to a leading Roman Catholic archbishop. The Archbishop of Birmingham Bernard Longley warned that the Government cannot foresee the 'full consequences' of the proposals. In a letter to churches and chapels in his diocese, the Archbishop warned of the impact gay marriage would have on 'children involved or for wider society'
'I've not had diversity training, so I can be a bit tactless': Extraordinary excuse from the Tory MP who claimed parents don't want gay children David Davies, 48, caused outrage saying parents don't want gay children Monmouth MP says he is 'tactless' and that thoughts are 'hard to articulate'Says he is 'changing' and now owns a Boy George CD which he 'loves' | UPDATED: 11:11 GMT, 22 December 2012 Outrage: David Davies MP upset equal rights campaigners when he said most parents wanted their children to be heterosexual. He defended his outspoken views, saying he has not had 'years of diversity training' Tory MP David Davies recently caused outrage when he suggested that parents wanted their children to be heterosexual and that plans to legalise gay marriage were 'barking mad'. Now the politician has attempted to defend his comments by saying that he has not 'done years of diversity training'
Dave's been a disaster as a gay wedding planner | UPDATED: 00:02 GMT, 16 December 2012 Mid-December, and it’s beginning to feel a lot like another unholy mess.
BBC told to put more gay presenters on children's TV to 'familiarise' youngsters with different sexualitiesStudy said gay presenters would 'validate' the feelings of gay children It said this was important for young people in their ' formative years'Report said BBC News gave too much time to 'homophobic' viewpointsIt also recommended having more gay characters in dramas and soaps By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 09:16 GMT, 14 December 2012 | UPDATED: 21:59 GMT, 14 December 2012 BBC children's programmes should include more lesbian, gay and bisexual people, a report of the corporation recommends. A panel of nine experts said youngsters should be introduced to sexual diversity in their early years
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