A gruesome discovery A new investigation is about to begin. Post-gay, ex-gay and proud. Politics Home Parliaments Brexit. Ben Summerskill, the chief executive of Stonewall, said the adverts were "clearly homophobic" and added: Ford 'steps up preparations to move production abroad' Rollover of EU trade deals will 'go down to the wire', Liam Fox admits Libby Squire: Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded.
Brian Paddick, the Liberal Democrat mayoral candidate, said:
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Both men said the advert should not be banned, however, because they believed in freedom of speech. Gay bus advert ban probed by High Court. Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. The High Court had upheld the ban. The full length advert, which will appear on five different routes in the capital, is backed by the Core Issues Trust whose leader, Mike Davies, believes "homoerotic behaviour is sinful". These are external links and will open in a new window.
Order by newest oldest recommendations. The Mayor's official spokesman said Mr Johnson was pleased the decision to ban the advert had been upheld and that he agreed with TfL's ban at the time. Image copyright The Core Issues Trust Image caption The adverts claimed people could "get over" homosexuality The banning of a London bus advert suggesting people could "get over" homosexuality should be investigated, the appeal court has ruled. More on this story. Lord Justice Briggs said if the High Court decided to quash the original decision, "TfL could nonetheless lawfully decide again to refuse to accept the Trust's advertisement".