Chris Grayling’s five biggest failings

In 2010, the then shadow home secretary, Grayling, was forced to apologise after a recording obtained by the Observer captured him saying that people who ran bed and breakfasts in their homes should have the right to turn away gay couples on the basis that “we need to allow people to have their own consciences”. The remarks prompted a furious response from gay groups and other parties and United Kingdom or read the original

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