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landmark court decision awarded them pounds 1,800 each under the Sexual Orientation Regulations beloved of Tony Blair.
This is the woman who voted against equalising the age of consent, failed to vote on the repeal of the iniquitous Section 28, failed to vote on the Civil Partnerships bill and was also absent for the vote on the Equality Bill concerning sexual orientation regulations.
It sought an exemption under the Sexual Orientation Regulations to allow it to continue to operate as it had always done.
London -- The 2006 Sexual Orientation Regulations Act, forced through the British Parliament by the Labour government of Tony Blair, was ostensibly crafted to avoid discrimination against homosexuals.
Mr English brought a harassment claim against his employer under the Sexual Orientation Regulations 2003.
However, the views of the commission on the sexual orientation regulations remains unchanged.
SIR - As the April deadline approaches for the Sexual Orientation Regulations to come into force - which will legalise most sexual perversions and criminalise anybody who speaks out, disapproves of or acts against the regulations on moral grounds - there is a ground swell of revulsion to these regulations from all religious groups.
The council and Mr Tutty were both found by the tribunal to have breached the Sexual Orientation Regulations which became law in December 2003.