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Mike DavidsonCore Issues Trust, a Christian charity which offers therapeutic support for men and women dealing with unwanted same-sex attraction, was prohibited by the Mayor of London from running adverts on London buses reading “Not gay! Ex-Gay, Post-Gay and Proud.  Get over it!”.  The adverts were in response to those run by homosexual lobby group Stonewall, saying: “Some people are gay. Get over it!”  The Trust had their adverts approved by the advertising authorities, but following a leak to the Guardian newspaper, Boris Johnson personally intervened to stop them from being displayed just hours before they were due to become public.

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  • July 10th, 2014
    In an important development, the High Court examined contradictory statements about the role of Mayor Boris Johnson in banning the ‘Ex-Gay’ advert from London buses.
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