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UK PM May regrets British role over anti-gay laws in former colonies

By Reuters
17 April 2018   |   1:35 pm
Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday (April 17) she deeply regretted Britain's role in criminalising same-sex relations in its former colonies, saying such laws, often passed under British rule and still in effect, were "wrong then and wrong now".

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