13 December 2013
Ex-gay bullying unacceptable
Core Issues Trust requests responsible journalists wishing to interrogate the issues relating to its work, to refrain from using the shorthand expression “gay cure” and “conversion therapy” when describing its activities. The Trust does not operate using a “medical” model nor does it see homosexuality as a disease in need of a “cure”. The description is factually wrong and misleading.
17 October 2013
Gay group flouts court ruling on bus ads
Gay pressure group Stonewall has ignored a recent ruling from the High Court by re-running adverts on London buses which violate Transport for London (TfL) guidelines.
10 May 2013
Royla College 'Misled' Parliament and Church in Science behind 'Gay Marriage' and 'Striking off' of therapistse'
EVIDENCE submitted to the Government and to the Church of England by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, which has informed their responses to ‘gay marriage’ was seriously flawed, distorting medical science and replacing it with gay ideology. Equally important, the outworking of this ideology is leading to therapists being struck off by their professional bodies for assisting clients who wish to reduce their same-sex attractions.
22 March 2013
Judgment in 'Boris and Bus Ads' Case
Judgment to be delivered: 10:00 - TODAY (22 MAR) - Court 22, Royal Courts of Justice - Case number: CO / 7284 / 2012
22 March 2013
High Court Judgement, Friday 22nd March, 2013 Statement on behalf ofCIT
We are grateful for the court’s recognition that Stonewall Ltd’s intrusive and on-going, multi-city bus poster campaign neither successfully “tackles prejudice” nor is likely to “promote understanding” . However Mrs Justice Lang’s judgement has missed an important opportunity to show sensitivity, understanding and respect for an unfairly marginalised minority who choose to move away from homosexual identity and practice.
18 January 2013
Professional Practice Guideines Released b Professional Bodies
The Royal College of Psychiatrists is a highly respected institution which is trusted by the nation, as are the UK’s largest counselling and psychotherapeutic professional bodies, the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).