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A vicar has described LGBT inclusive education in schools as "a form of child grooming" that "opens the door for sexual predators".
The Reverend Peter Hughes, of St Alban's, Wickersley near Rotherham in South Yorkshire, made the comments in a parish magazine.
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Mr Hughes is also a school governor at St Alban's CofE Primary School.
Paul Scriven, a Liberal Democrat peer, said: "He's a fool, I think he knows nothing about what's going on."
Mr - Hughes - Letter - St - Alban
Mr Hughes's three-page letter in the St Alban's parish magazine said: "This sexual indoctrination of young children prepares them for early sexual experimentation, normalises it and, in so doing, opens the door for sexual predators.
"The UK government's proposed Relationships and Sexual Education (RSE) programme is nothing but state-sponsored child abuse."
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Lord Scriven, former leader of Sheffield Council, said: "He doesn't have the right to use these opinions to stop young people being taught to understand the world they inherit.
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