Why the gay sex issue isn't going to go away for Tim Farron – and what he should say next time he's asked - ChristianToday

Channel 4's Cathy Newman once again pinned the Liberal Democrat leader on his personal views on gay sex. Tim Farron became Lib Dem leader in July 2015 after a disastrous election campaign left the party with only 8 MPsReuters. 'Metropolitan ...

Tim Farron: Lib Dem leader says being gay is not a sin - BBC News

Lib Dem leader Tim Farron has said he does not believe being gay is a sin, having earlier been criticised for not clarifying his views on the issue. When asked about his Christian beliefs on Channel 4 News after the election was announced, he would not ...

Election 2017: Which MPs are going and who might return? - BBC News

George Osborne, the former chancellor once feted as the successor to David Cameron as prime minister, has announced he will not seek re-election as an MP. But who else is stepping down and who hopes to return?

Tim Farron says being gay is not a sin after pressure from MPs and celebrities to clarify his views - Evening Standard

Tim Farron has said that being gay is not a sin after he came under pressure to clarify his views. The Liberal Democrat leader, who is an evangelical Christian, was pressed on the issue in the Commons today by Conservative MP Nigel Evans. Mr Farron has ...

Tim Farron does NOT consider being gay a sin - The Gay UK

The Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farron has said that he does not think that being gay is a sin. IMG_5391. Tim Farron said that he did not think that being gay was a sin. He said he was proud that the Liberal Democrats were able, with the Coalition ...

Lib Dem leader Tim Farron: 'I do not' think it's a sin to be gay - PinkNews

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has said he doesn't think homosexuality is sinful, amid a row over his beliefs about gay sex. A row erupted yesterday when Mr Farron, whose pro-European party is expected to make gains in the UK's snap June election, ...

Tim Farron and the great liberal witch hunt - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Is a witch hunt still a witch hunt if it's conducted by people of a liberal persuasion? I'd say so, wouldn't you? The campaign against Tim Farron is a case in point. You'd think poor Tim would be embraced by metropolitan liberals on the basis of his ...

Don't get your hopes up about the Lib Dems' fightback. They're up to their old tricks again. [OPINION] - The Canary

As the dust (slightly) settles after Theresa May's general election announcement, the Liberal Democrats are beginning their election campaign. But it would seem they are playing true to form. As there are indications from Tim Farron's party that it may ...

As a gay Christian, I find Tim Farron's stance frustrating – but I don't think it should stop people voting for him - The Independent

The future of LGBT rights – both the ones we've won and the ones we've yet to gain – are at stake with Brexit, and I'm going to take my allies where I can get them. Whether Tim Farron believes gay sex is a sin is irrelevant to me as long as he's voting ...