‘It’s time’: Mayor to apologize to London’s LGBTQ community

'It's time': Mayor to apologize to London's LGBTQ community
‘It’s time’: Mayor to apologize to London’s LGBTQ community
Haskett, a devout Christian, protested the decision and took a three-week leave of absence during her re-election campaign. Haskett left the city and stayed at a property she owned in Port Stanley. Haskett would go on to easily win re-election in 1997, taking 61 per cent of the vote.

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