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Sexual Orientation Regulations

Asked what the Prime Minister was saying to members of religious faiths who were concerned by the effect to their religious freedoms, imposed in their view by the sexual orientation regulations, the PMOS replied that there was a consultation process going on and that the results would be made known.  Asked what the Prime Minister thought about the protest against the specific regulations in Northern Ireland and the vote in parliament, the PMOS replied that we were aware that there were strong views on this and it had been made clear that the regulations would be set out in good time.  Northern Ireland had always had a separate equality law framework, and again people in Northern Ireland had the ability to affect these decisions should the assembly return.



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