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LGBT+ Conservatives is an organisation for LGBT conservatism in the United Kingdom. It is affiliated and is the official LGBT wing of the Conservative Party. The current advocacy group can trace its roots back to the Conservative Group for Homosexual Equality which was later renamed the Tory Campaign for Homosexual Equality. The group was eventually disbanded and the new LGBTory group was formed, changing its name in 2016 to LGBT+ Conservatives.

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  • LGBT+ Conservatives is an organisation for LGBT conservatism in the United Kingdom. It is affiliated and is the official LGBT wing of the Conservative Party. The current advocacy group can trace its roots back to the Conservative Group for Homosexual Equality which was later renamed the Tory Campaign for Homosexual Equality. The group was eventually disbanded and the new LGBTory group was formed, changing its name in 2016 to LGBT+ Conservatives. The group campaigns for LGBT rights alongside the main political beliefs and policies of the Conservative Party, which it promotes within the Party, LGBT community, and wider public. Besides this LGBT+ Conservatives campaigns for LGBT candidates, including through its Candidates' Fund and attends Pride events across the country. It also organises events related to LGBT rights including an annual event with Stonewall at Conservative Party Conference. Since its early formation, the organisation has had an impact nationally, within Europe and globally becoming the model and inspiration for LGBTory in Canada. (en)
  • LGBT + Conservatives est une organisation LGBT conservatrice britannique. Elle est la branche LGBT officielle du Parti conservateur. Elle trouve ses origines ses racines dans l'organisation (en) (Groupe conservateur pour l'égalité homosexuelle) rebaptisée plus tard Tory Campaign for Homosexual Equality (Campagne torie pour l'égalité homosexuelle). (fr)
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  • 2006 (xsd:integer)
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  • Colm Howard-Lloyd (en)
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  • Chairman (en)
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  • LGBT+ Conservatives logo.svg (en)
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  • *Conservative Group for Homosexual Equality (en)
  • *Tory Campaign for Homosexual Equality *LGBTory (en)
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  • "The LGBT+ Conservative Group" (en)
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  • LGBT + Conservatives est une organisation LGBT conservatrice britannique. Elle est la branche LGBT officielle du Parti conservateur. Elle trouve ses origines ses racines dans l'organisation (en) (Groupe conservateur pour l'égalité homosexuelle) rebaptisée plus tard Tory Campaign for Homosexual Equality (Campagne torie pour l'égalité homosexuelle). (fr)
  • LGBT+ Conservatives is an organisation for LGBT conservatism in the United Kingdom. It is affiliated and is the official LGBT wing of the Conservative Party. The current advocacy group can trace its roots back to the Conservative Group for Homosexual Equality which was later renamed the Tory Campaign for Homosexual Equality. The group was eventually disbanded and the new LGBTory group was formed, changing its name in 2016 to LGBT+ Conservatives. (en)
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  • LGBT+ Conservatives (en)
  • LGBT+ Conservatives (fr)
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