Brexit Party candidate refuses to backtrack on claims that gay sex is a sin

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A Brexit party candidate has refused to explain or backtrack on his previous remarks that he considered homosexuality a sin. n the upcoming general election Timothy Vince will stand for the Brexit Party in South Thanet, the constituency in which UKIP’s Nigel Farage failed to win a seat in 2015. On November 3, BBC presenter Julia George repeatedly called him to account for his alleged claim that homosexuality was shameful and disgraced. Vince refused to explain himself, invoking the experience of former Lib Dem leader Tim Farron, who repeatedly refused to answer the question about the possible sinfulness of homosexuality. On November 3, BBC presenter Julia George asked Vince about the same issue, asking to clarify his previous opposition to LGBT rights in general and LGBT-inclusive education in part. Vince side-stepped the question, replying: “I’ll tell you straight up that on the front page of the Telegraph they talk about Jews leaving this country because of Corbyn, well it’s not just Corbyn. Faith schools are being suppressed on this issue”. George asked directly whether homosexuality was a sin for him. “I think that one day everything hidden will be brought to light,” Vince replied ominously. But unfortunately for him, his views on gay sex aren’t quite as hidden as he might like to think.

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