Pride 2022: ‘We need to keep making progress,’ says Former Culture Secretary

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Pride 2022: ‘We need to keep making progress,’ says Former Culture Secretary” – below is their description.

Former Culture Secretary Lord Smith told Sophy Ridge: “We need to keep making progress – and not allow the government to get away with omitting transgender people from the ban on conversion therapy and we need to campaign for LGBTQ+ rights around the rest of the world.”

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