Sunday , 19 January 2020

Tag Archives: Daily Mail

You can trust me; I’ve done drag – a response to Everett

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  I have a confession to make. I have a problem with Rupert Everett. Usually I have to pause for a moment while I remember that he is NOT Richard E Grant. He was NOT in Withnail and I. It’s not something that I lie awake at night and worry about; God knows I have enough problems, and none of ...

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After BREXIT: Glasgow gets Neo-Nazi homophobic and racist stickers

Neo-Nazi Stickers

Neo-Nazi stickers with homophobic and racist messages have been spotted across Glasgow, following the referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU. Some stickers bore the title “no tolerance” with crossed over icons representing LGBTI people, people holding left wing ideas, drug users, along with swastikas. Others had the slogan “white zone” with a white man saluting in a neo-Nazi fashion. ...

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Journalist claims same-sex marriage responsible for Brexit as hate crimes rise

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  A tabloid journalist has claimed that British voters would have chosen to remain in the EU if the Prime Minister had not legislated for same-sex marriage. Daily Mail columnist Dominic Lawson, who is the son of former Conservative chancellor and Brexit campaigner Nigel Lawson, made the stunning claim in an article yesterday, in which he argued that “the apparently unrelated matters” of EU ...

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Belief Matters…Or not? Faith in a Secular Society

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Earlier this week, the Daily Mail suggested the Queen did not approve of same sex marriage. Regardless of the accuracy of the report (and the Daily Mail is not always the most reliable of sources) it does raise the question of the role of faith in what is now a predominantly secular society. Secularists sometimes suggest that faith should be ...

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Alan Cumming: “no shame” in being bisexual

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Scottish actor Alan Cumming has spoken openly about coming to terms with his bisexuality, admitting that he “never had any shame” about his sexual identity. The Aberfeldy-born star of X-Men 2 was speaking to American TV host Larry King when he said he had never felt there was “something wrong” with him, and added that he has always been comfortable ...

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