King Charles unlikely to ‘support LGBTQ+ community’, activist warns: ‘He’s never been our ally’

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05/08/2023

Veteran activist Peter Tatchell has warned that Britain’s newly-crowned King Charles III is not a friend of the LGBTQ+ community, saying Charles “acquiesces with our tormentors” through “silence”. King Charles was crowned in a lavish ceremony at Westminster Abbey on Saturday (6 May), at the cost of at least £100 million to the UK taxpayer. According to YouGov polling, a majority (64 per cent) said they cared not very much or not at all about the coronation. Official viewing figures put the number of those who tuned in to watch the spectacle at approximately 20 million – about two thirds of those who watched the late Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral.

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