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Most primary teachers think they can't talk about homosexuality

A survey by the gay rights charity Stonewall found 89 per cent of teachers in the capital don't believe they're allowed to discuss lesbian, gay or bisexual issues.

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Most primary teachers think they are banned from talking about homosexuality

Most primary teachers in London think they're not allowed to talking about homosexuality in the classroom.

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A survey by the gay rights charity Stonewall found that 89% of teachers believe they're not allowed to discuss lesbian, gay or bisexual issues. That's compared to 76% nationally.

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