Anger over businesssa banners, some with homophobic messages: ‘I think gay people deserve the same rights as everyone else, but what they want are different laws’

Anger over businesssa banners, some with homophobic messages: ‘I think gay people deserve the same rights as everyone else, but what they want are different laws’

The flag was placed by a member of the British National Party (BNP) at a business event in East Dorset

Many businesses say they have faced negative comments after displaying the banner

Business leaders say their staff and customers will feel unsafe to speak out about gay pride flags

Business leaders say they are shocked by the actions of some people who put up ‘gay pride’ flags, although others are angry.

In addition to a banner displaying the word gay at the top of the image, members of the ‘BNP’ group erected a banner advertising the UK and the LGBT community.

Another banner with an image of a man and woman holding hands holding a rainbow flag was next to another featuring ‘Papa Pride’ written in white lettering.

Tories accused the SNP of ‘playing straight into the hands of bigots’ after a party event last month in East Dorset.

And in Brighton in last month an ‘LGBT Flag’ was held up by a Labour Party rally and attended 카지노추천by many of the party’s youth supporters, who say it is a symbol of their shared sense of belonging.

A Labour Party spokesman said: ‘Any signs of intolerance at Labour Party events need to be met with constructive discussion and debate. ‘That is why we need to focus on creating an inclusive and diverse membership that can feel at home at a national political party that they feel safe and at peace on their terms.

‘We want more LGBT members who want to join the Labour Party, join the Labour Youth Network and want to be involved with the local Labour Party.

‘We need to develo제주안마p a clear understanding of who these people are so that this doesn’t happen again and we have the right support and infrastructure to support them.

‘We want our members to feel valued and we want people of all walks of life, especially young people, to feel welcome in our ranks.’

The party also has issues in Scotland, where many prominent gay people, from former First Minister Alex Salmond to Labour’s sha트럼프 카지노dow justice secretary Owen Smith, have stood as candidates.

And in another incident in Brighton a banner showing three men kissing a picture of President Obama was also displayed.

The party has since removed the banner.

The party has since removed the banner. An SNP spokesman said: ‘Those who have displayed the sign