Goodbye to all that? Section 28 is up for repeal

March 2003
Diva;Mar2003, Issue 82, p19
Reports on the scheduled abolition of Section 28 banning local authorities from promoting homosexuality as a pretended family relationship in Great Britain. Cross-party support received by the move; Inclusion of the repeal in the series of amendments to the 1988 Local Government Act; Reaction of gay and lesbian campaigners on the issue.


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