Could Labour say Gay in a Foreign Aid Policy?

Could Labour say Gay in a Foreign Aid Policy?

David Cameron can.

“Britain is now one of the premier aid givers in the world. We want to see countries that receive our aid adhering to proper human rights, and that includes how people treat gay and lesbian people,” Cameron told the BBC.

He added: “British aid should have more strings attached, in terms of do you persecute people for their faith or their Christianity, or do you persecute people for their sexuality. We don’t think that’s acceptable.”

Robertson and Chauvel can’t even say gay marriage and gay adoption. So they probably can’t say Gay Aid.


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