Homosexual flag flies over Whitehall courtesy of Nick Clegg
9 July 2012
The homosexual rainbow flag flew above the Cabinet Office in central London for the first time, courtesy of Nick Clegg, the leader of the Liberal Democrats.
As part of the Government’s support of the homosexual march in London, Prime Minister David Cameron sent a message to the march: “The UK has been judged to be the best country in Europe in which to live if you’re gay so it is great that World Pride is being celebrated here in London – especially during this Diamond Jubilee and Olympic year. I’m very pleased that the Mayor of London has enabled the march and events in Trafalgar Square to go ahead and I want to thank all the volunteers who will be stewarding the event and contributing to it.”
- 12/9/2012: Nick Clegg’s ‘Bigotgate’. A press release of Nick Clegg’s speech to a group of homosexuals said that “continued trouble in the economy gives the bigots a stick to beat us with, as they demand we ‘postpone’ the equalities agenda in order to deal with ‘the things people really care about’.” This was rapidly withdrawn and Clegg claimed it is not the kind of word that he would use. No doubt he noticed that Gordon Brown’s gaffe as Prime Minister in calling a Labour supporter a “bigoted woman” contributed to his election defeat in 2010. However, he surrounds himself with people who use such words and don’t notice them when written in draft speeches. Not to be outdone on the unequal equalities agenda, Prime Minister David Cameron has a homosexual speech writer.