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Ann Widdecombe one-woman show cancelled after gay cure comments

Ann Widdecombe has had a planned date of her ‘An Evening With…’ theatre show cancelled in light of her comments on a cure for homosexuality. The Brexit Party MEP was set to perform her ‘Strictly Ann: An Evening With Ann Widdecombe’ show at Devon’s Landmark Theatre in March 2020. But after she claimed that “science may yet produce an answer” to being gay, the company which runs the theatre has pulled the event. “Absolutely disgusted at Ann Widdecombe’s comments over the weekend,” Selladoor CEO David Hutchinson tweeted on Monday night (June...
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Ann Widdecombe: there “may yet be a cure” for homosexuality

Brexit Party MEP Ann Widdecombe has defended her stance on so-called gay conversion therapy and said that “science may yet produce” a cure for homosexuality. The veteran anti-LGBT campaigner made the comments today (June 2) on Sky News when pressed about a 2012 article she wrote lamenting that therapy to make people “become heterosexual” was denied to “unhappy homosexuals.” Asked about her 2012 remarks, Widdecombe, 71, said, “I also pointed out there was a time when we thought it was quite impossible for men to become women and vice versa....
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Ann Widdecombe: Anti-LGBT Brexit Party politician wins seat in European elections

As the European election results roll in, the Brexit Party’s Ann Widdecombe has made a surprise return to the frontline of British politics. Widdecombe has been elected as the MEP for the south west of England, nine years after retiring from parliament. Her’s was one of a string of victories for the Brexit Party which has won 28 of the 64 seats declared so far, topping the polls in every region of England apart from London. The former Big Brother contestant called the result a wake-up call for the Conservative...
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Brexit Party candidate Alka Sehgal Cuthbert critical of LGBT ‘indoctrination’ in schools

A candidate for Nigel Farage’s new Brexit Party, Alka Sehgal Cuthbert, is a critic of LGBT+ inclusive education programmes. Alka Sehgal Cuthbert was selected as a candidate for the single-issue Brexit Party, which was formed by ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage to stand candidates in the May 23 European Parliament election after a delay to Brexit. Polling suggests the Brexit Party could be set to win dozens of seats in the European Parliament, but the party lists no official policies beyond pursuing Brexit and its candidates’ views have had little scrutiny....
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