Core Issues Trust wants to force Transport For London to carry adverts saying 'Not gay! Post-gay, ex-gay and proud. Get over it!'
A ban on a bus advert claiming gay people can be ‘cured’ is a ‘deep threat to democracy, the High Court has heard.
Christian group Core Issues Trust, who created an advert last year but was banned by London mayor Boris Johnson, say the decision stifled their freedom of expression.
Extremist 'gay cure' group seek legal action after London bus advert banned
A Christian group which planned to run anti-gay adverts on London buses is considering legal action after authorities banned the campaign.
The Core Issues Trust advert, which read 'Not gay! Post-gay, ex-gay and proud. Get over it!', was due to appear on the side of 26 buses running past historic London landmarks, including St Paul’s Cathedral, from Monday (16 April) for two weeks.
Just hours after plans for an anti-gay advert on London buses was announced, it has been pulled by Transport for London
Transport for London has refused to carry adverts which proposed that gay people could be ‘cured’ on its buses.
The campaign, a response to a pro-gay advert currently running on the side of 1,000 buses from British LGB organization Stonewall, was booked to start on Monday (16 April) for two weeks.
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