UK: Cameron, Clegg, and Miliband on tackling homophobia in Uganda

With only 16 days to go until the General Election, we grilled – not literally, or there’d be no election – the leaders of the three major UK parties: Current Prime Minister David Cameron, Labour leader Ed Miliband and Lib Dem chief and Deputy PM Nick Clegg faced your questions surrounding key LGBT issues.

Today’s issue is homophobic discrimination in the Commonwealth countries. We asked all three leaders:  What would your government do to put pressure on the likes of Uganda and other Commonwealth countries to show anti-gay discrimination won’t be tolerated?  Read More