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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-28, 9:40 pm

Tory MP Andrew Turner Steps Down ‘After Saying Homosexuality Was Wrong And Bad For Society

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[size=14]A Tory MP has stood down hours after he reportedly told students being gay was “wrong” and “dangerous to society”.
Andrew Turner, who represents the Isle of Wight, made the comments to a group of sixth form students at Christ the King College in Newport on Friday morning.
He was asked whether he was involved in Isle of Wight Pride by A Level politics student Esther Poucher, who said his response had “shocked me to the point of outrage”.
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Poucher, who describes herself as “a passionate campaigner for LGBT rights”, wrote on Facebook: “He told us that he’d been invited, but wasn’t intending to go. This is because (and this is a direct quote) he thinks that homosexuality is ‘wrong’ and ‘dangerous to society’.
At this answer, I had to leave.
“It’s terrifying that in this age and point in our development as a society, there are still people that can’t care enough about a person’s wellbeing to just accept who they are.
“And the most terrifying thing is that we as an island consistently vote him in to represent us. Well f*ck that. HE DOES NOT REPRESENT ME.” 

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She added: “If there is anything I can give to you from this, it is that we need change.
“We can’t wait, and we can’t just nod politely and respect and opinion like that.
“Yes, we all believe different things, and that’s wonderful. But when that belief treats a group as sub-human, and attempts to take away their fundamental rights, we can’t respect it.”

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Speaking to local website OnTheWight, she said: “Other students were shocked, equally shocked I believe and completely horrified.”
Local paper The Isle Of Wight County Press quoted other students who were present and confirmed Poucher’s account.
As the reports about his comments circulated, questions of Turner’s future were raised.
Earlier on Friday the meeting to re-select him as Tory candidate had been suddenly postponed.
Turner announce he would stand down but his statement did not refer to the allegations.
“It has been my privilege to serve the people of the Isle of Wight as their Member of Parliament,” he said.
“I have been incredibly fortunate to represent such a beautiful constituency. After 16 years I have come to the decision that it time for a new generation to take up the mantle of representing my fantastic constituents.
“I am grateful for the support I have received from islanders and proud of the record that Conservatives have in delivering for the island.”
He said he would support the Tory candidate in the seat.
Journalist Owen Jones had called on Theresa May to expel Turner from the party if Poucher’s account proved to be accurate.




Isle of Wight Pride said: “As a group we avoid making political comments, but in the light of the allegations, we are deeply shocked and saddened.
“Any person who makes such a statement in a public forum as our MP is dangerous.”
Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley said: “There’s no place for these prehistoric pronouncements in our politics.
“It’s astounding that in this day and age we’re hearing reports of an MP spreading such hatred, particularly in a college which should be a place of learning and respect.”
He was first elected MP for the Isle of Wight in 2001. He voted against legalising gay marriage in 2013.
His office had not responded to requests for comment as this article went live.

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That would be funny if only it wasn't true. There are far too many people like Billy who believe all the lies about him rather than listen to the man himself!

You're not the only one Billy, MrRAW is just the same but at least he will vote for Labour!

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Re: General Election

Post  Billy D on 2017-04-30, 12:32 pm

FFS & he told my son to stop posting because he posted like a 10yo when he was actually 10 because he'd drive people away.
Lord have f*cking mercy, this man needs help.
I thought I was struggling.
Drive people away ffs, lol. There's nee c**t on here to drive away.
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Post  Billy D on 2017-04-30, 12:37 pm

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That would be funny if only it wasn't true. There are far too many people like Billy who believe all the lies about him rather than listen to the man himself!

You're not the only one Billy, MrRAW is just the same but at least he will vote for Labour!
I got off my arse & signed up chum.
I'm perfectly capable of making my own mind up.
Stick your rhetoric up your shit piece.
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Post  Billy D on 2017-04-30, 4:11 pm

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Post  Billy D on 2017-04-30, 4:18 pm

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That would be funny if only it wasn't true. There are far too many people like Billy who believe all the lies about him rather than listen to the man himself!

You're not the only one Billy, MrRAW is just the same but at least he will vote for Labour!
What are you suggesting?
Anyone who doesn't vote Labour are wrong?
Who the f*ck do you think you are?
Telling me who I can & can't vote for. I'll choose thank you.
So much for your belief in democracy.
Let Syd bang the drum, I find it funny.
May will piss it by a landslide.
Not a cat in hells chance will the country vote in a left wing government.
You must hate your neighbors what with most of them being Tory.


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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-30, 7:00 pm

General election 2017: Labour gains again in new poll as Tory lead narrows

While the Conservatives are still on course to win the election, the margin of victory is becoming less certain


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[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]The Prime Minister’s refusal to engage in a televised debate with Jeremy Corbyn may be denting her in the polls EPA/BBC
Labour has gained in at least three polls just weeks before the general election, slashing the Tories' lead by as much as 10 points.
Jeremy Corbyn’s party is up by four points in the last week to 30 per cent support, found Opinium, while a separate YouGov poll between 27 and 28 April found that Labour was up two points to 31 per cent – both figures contributing to a smaller gap between the Tories and the Opposition.
A third poll for the Sunday Times showed the Tories had a 13-point lead with 44 percent of the vote, yet a YouGov poll gave the Tories a 23-point lead last week, showing a dip of 10 points.


When Theresa May announced a snap election from the steps of Downing Street she was cruising to victory, with a massive lead of 21 points over Labour, but a YouGov poll found last week that gap had already shrunk by seven points. Her current 17 point gap, down by two points from last week, still points to a sweeping victory come 8 June.
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Corbyn warns of ‘Brexit for the few’ offering tax cuts to super-rich



The changing numbers follow Ms May’s refusal to appear in any one-on-one televised debates with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, despite more than 119,000 people signing a petition calling on her to do so.
A Labour spokesman told The Independent: "Theresa May is hiding from the public and is too scared to debate Jeremy Corbyn.
"Labour is campaigning across the country, putting forward popular policies which will transform Britain in the interests of the many, not the few."
A comment from the Conservatives was not immediately forthcoming.
Mr Corbyn has been campaigning hard over the past couple of weeks, determined not to be accused of complacency as he was during the EU referendum. He has strived to show how his party would be different to the Conservatives regarding Brexit negotiations, and has offered a pay rise for NHS staff as well as an extra four bank holidays.

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Ms May, who has repeatedly urged the UK to vote for a “strong, stable Government”, still holds the lead in the polls. Opinium showed she has 47 per cent voter support. 
In a bid to ward off growing support for Labour, however, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson slammed Mr Corbyn as a “threat to national security” and said Mr Corbyn had no “grasp of the need for Britain to be strong in the world”.


Support for Liberal Democrats has dropped by three points to 8 per cent. Leader Tim Farron said at a campaign event this weekend that Mr Corbyn was the “worst leader in history” and vowed his party could replace Labour as the Opposition.
Jeremy Corbyn slams Conservative and Ukip leaders in passionate speech
He told The Independent: “I am proud that the Liberal Democrats are alone among parties in fighting Theresa May’s hard Brexit to keep Britain open, tolerant and united.”
The Lib Dems have promised voters a second EU referendum before the final deal with EU states is signed. 

His leadership, however, has also garnered controversy. Mr Farron, a Christian, was criticised for failing to give a direct answer to several news outlets as to whether he believed homosexuality was a sin. He has since said he does not believe it is a sin.

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Post  Billy D on 2017-04-30, 10:33 pm

I seen a woman today with nee knickers on.
In full view in public the nars.
Brazen hussey.
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Billy D wrote:I seen a woman today with nee knickers on.
In full view in public the nars.
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In full view in public the nars.
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Well I'd have let her sit on my face if she was game.
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