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Religious MP shows his understanding of 'ethics' by putting a video cam in toilets

Guildford, GB
Post #: 373

He had trained to become a minister within the Free Presbyterian Church - which was started by the Reverend Ian Paisley - although he has no congregation.

He had previously been a minister in the Elim Pentecostal Church.

Presumably the religious links are relevant to this case. I like to think so.
Barry R.
user 10723166
London, GB
Post #: 473
..and the Belfast Telegraph reports that.

"As a member of the Caleb Foundation, an evangelical lobbying organisation, he [McConaghie] worked closely with DUP members and church figures to push for the inclusion of creationist beliefs to be included at the new visitor centre at the Giant’s Causeway".

Cameras in toilets and creationism! Somehow, that makes some sort of sense, y'know?

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