UK: MP Robbie Moore joins Flag raising ceremony in Keighley


British Conservative Party Politician and Member of Parliament for Keighley in the United Kingdom, Robbie Moore, felt proud to join the Keighley proud team for the Flag raising ceremony in Keighley’s Town Hall Square and expressed his feeling that everyone should be free to love who they choose and be who they are.

British Conservative Party Politician and Member of Parliament for Keighley in the United Kingdom, Robbie Moore, while expressing his pleasure and pride to take part in the Flag raising ceremony to celebrate Keighley’s Pride on Friday, June 16, 2023, took to his official social media handle recently to share the update and express his pride.


Post the Flag raising ceremony, MP Robbie Moore, on his official social media handle, added, “On Friday, I was exceptionally proud to join the Keighley Pride team for the raising of the Pride flag in Keighley’s Town Hall Square. Everyone should be free to love who they choose and be who they are. Love is Love.”

Meanwhile, he also expressed that he has seen comments made by Keighley’s Town Mayor, Cllr Mohammed Nazam, stating that he feels the need to apologise for his part in the flag-raising ceremony and the need for him to “personally repent for ‘his’ error” because of religious beliefs.
He disagreed, rejected the Mayor’s comments, and shared that he’s proud that he lives in a country where people can be who they want to be and are free to choose who they love.

Further, he also added, “The role of the Town Mayor is to represent EVERYONE within the community – therefore, it was deeply disheartening to read the Mayor’s statement.”

Furthermore, MP Robbie continued that the Mayor needs to apologise and consider his position. An employment disciplinary process will also now follow.

At last, MP Robbie expressed his pleasure and gratitude and shared that they have a fantastic community across Keighley for which he will always stand up. As a Member of Parliament, he also ensured everyone would be represented.

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