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A Christian GP appointed as a government drugs adviser has been sacked just weeks into the job over his authorship of a study linking homosexuality to paedophilia.
Dr Hans-Christian Raabe was dismissed from his role on the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs on the grounds that he had failed to inform officials about his views on homosexuality. Christian GP sacked as Government drugs adviser for 'gay child sex link study' Hans-Christian Raabe
The Manchester family GP, who is said to take a hard line against cannabis, said he had been “sacrificed on the altar of political correctness”. Drugs campaigners also said they were appalled at the decision.
Sources said he had been sacked after not “disclosing” his 2005 paper, which had linked homosexuality to child sex offences, during interviews for the role.
It is understood that during the interview process he was expressly asked if he had anything about his professional or personal history that might cause embarrassment to the government or the advisory panel. The comments were taken from a scientific paper he co-wrote with six other medical practitioners six years ago.