Graham Sawyer, a survivor, told the Guardian: “I fear that until it does so this is going to become worse and worse as matters have simply gone too far now.”
Footage of his comments has been uploaded to YouTube as part of an interview which has been viewed thousands of times.
Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell writes in the Guardian today that “what began in 1972 as a protest for gay rights has now morphed into a commercialised, bureaucratic and rule-bound event,
Jackson said the police still wanted to talk to Abedi’s brother Hashem, currently being held in Libya. He said that British authorities were engaging with their Libyan counterparts as part of the effort to speak to him.
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Breaking his long silence on the matter with an interview with the BBC’s political editor, Laura Kuenssberg, Sir John said: “Tony Blair is always and ever an advocate. He makes the most persuasive case he can. Not departing from the truth but persuasion is everything.”
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“If free movement stops and it becomes a big bureaucratic process for people to work in Britain, then that is going to inhibit [co-productions] because it is cumbersome,” he told the Hollywood Reporter.