Gays, Political Spivs and the Question: Who'll Help Families? Platell's People
JUDGING by the behaviour of Gordon Brown and David Cameron this week, I wonder if the pair of them believe that Sacha Baron Cohen's gloriously camp new comedy 'Bruno' is a serious factual documentary.
How else to explain their unedifying efforts to outdo each other in courting the pink vote? First it was Cameron, hosting a high-profile reception for gay and lesbian Tory candidates on Tuesday night, at which he formally -- and gratuitously -- apologised for Section 28 -- the legislation introduced by Margaret Thatcher's regime to ban the promotion of homosexuality in schools.
Not to be outdone, Gordon Brown was soon signalling his …
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