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Mayor of London ordered to come clean on anti-Christian discrimination

April 25, 2014 By: Tom Coy Category: Gay Politics

March 7, 2014

The following excerpts are from the article “Judge not satisfied Boris Johnson told full story about ban on ex-gay bus advert” on the Christian Concern website: “A High Court Judge has ordered the Mayor of London to provide full, unedited copies of internal documents ‘in order to get to the bottom’ of his decision to ban a bus advertisement by a Christian charity that helps people place their Christian identity over their same sex attraction.”

“Mrs Justice Lang who presided at the original appeal against the ban, today said, ‘I am still not satisfied that the full story is being told.’ Her comments follow the revelation of emails between the Mayor’s office and Transport for London (TfL) which were not seen by the Judge at the first hearing. The emails were only revealed following the case after Core Issues Trust (CIT), issued a Freedom of Information request.”

“In her summing up today, the Judge said, ‘in order to get to the bottom of this’, she was making an order for disclosure by Boris Johnson and TfL of all relevant documents relating to his decision to pull the CIT advertisement.”

“CIT is a charity dedicated to helping people with unwanted same-sex attraction move away from a homosexual lifestyle. Its advertising slogan said: ‘Not Gay! Ex-Gay, Post-Gay and Proud. Get over it!’ and was in response to a slogan which was allowed on London buses, stating, ‘Some People Are Gay. Get Over it!’ That slogan was placed by Stonewall who are opposed to providing help to people who want to move away from unwanted same-sex feelings.” …

An article on the same subject can be found on the Voice of the Voiceless website.