Theresa May has been asked whether she thinks “gay sex” is a sin and it appears as though she doesn’t.

Theresa May was asked point blank whether she thought sex between two men or two women was a sin on this morning’s Andrew Marr Show on the BBC. The Prime Minister was quick to answer “no”.

The question comes after the Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farron was initially unable to answer repeated questions on what he thought about the sinfulness of being gay and gay sex.

Andrew Marr alluded to the previous questioning of Mr Farron and asked, “You’re also a Christian. Do you think that gay sex is a sin?”

Ms May was quick to answer “No”.

She went on to say, that anybody,

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“…who is a leader of a political party who is putting themselves up for election and is asking the public to trust them is bound to get a whole range of questions from a whole range of different groups”.

However, the decisive answer that she gave does seemingly go against Ms May’s previous stance on LGBT matters having previously voted against the equalising the age of consent in 1998 and allowing gay couples to adopt children in 2002. She was absent from a number of key votes such as the repeal of Section 28 in 2003 and discrimination on the grounds of sexuality in 2007.

She has voted positively on a number of views such as civil partnership and same-sex marriage.