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Thursday, 25 May 2017

Conservative candidate Kirsty Adams linked to 'gay cure' church that 'casts out demons'

Conservative candidate Kirsty Adams linked to 'gay cure' church that 'casts out demons'
- A parliamentary candidate contesting a marginal seat for the Tories has been linked with a church which has been accused of attempting to “cure” LGBT people. Kirsty Adams is standing in Hove and Portslade, near Brighton, a constituency with a large LGBT population. Ms Adams attended the evangelical Kings’ Arms Church in Bedfordshire for many years, according to the Buzzfeed website. A 2010 investigation by The Observer exposed the church’s attempts to "cure" gay and transgender members by driving out their "demons" through prayer.