Pardons for historic homosexual offences are welcome - but we still need to address the legacy of criminalisation

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Giles, C. (2022). Pardons for historic homosexual offences are welcome - but we still need to address the legacy of criminalisation. The Conversation.
AuthorsGiles, C.
KeywordsHomosexuality; Discrimination; Alan Turing; LGBTQ Rights; UK law; LGBTQ+
Year2022
PublisherThe Conversation
Web address (URL)https://theconversation.com/pardons-for-historic-homosexual-offences-are-welcome-but-we-still-need-to-address-the-legacy-of-criminalisation-174371
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