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David Cameron says he will never validate DUP policy on gay rights and LGBT issues

David Cameron has said he "will never validate" the Democratic Unionist Party's stance on lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) issues.

The Conservative Party leader added that he "profoundly disagreed" with DUP policy on the subject but refused to rule out a coalition with DUP MPs.

He made his remarks during Radio 1 Newsbeat's Live Lounge leader debate.

The DUP, which opposes gay marriage, said the party had already ruled out being part of a coalition government.

  • 23 Apr 2015