Christian activists lose gay bus advert challenge 30 July Andrea Minichiello Williams, chief executive of the Christian Legal Centre which supported the trust, said: Banned gay bus ad group looks at legal action against TfL. Loading comments… Trouble loading? Johnson, who contacted the Guardian to announce he was stopping the adverts within two hours of their contents becoming public, said: If after reconsideration "the judge decides that the decision was not instructed by the mayor and not made for an improper purpose, then her decision upholding the ban will stand, he said.
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Howard Carter, general counsel at TfL, said: Order by newest oldest recommendations. Brian Paddick, the Liberal Democrat mayoral candidate, said: Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. Dr Mike Davidson, who leads The Core Issues Trust, said he would write to the mayor to ask for all emails linked to the ban, "current and potentially deleted", to be made available to his lawyers.
Just days before the posters were due to appear on buses in the capital, Johnson ordered his transport chiefs to pull the adverts booked by two conservative Anglican groups following outrage among gay campaigners and politicians saying that they were homophobic. TfL said the advertisement breached its advertising policy and caused widespread offence to the public. More on this story. Post-gay, ex-gay and proud. His main rival in next month's mayoral election, Ken Livingstone, said Johnson should never have allowed the adverts to be booked.