Rachel Tingle

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Rachel Tingle is an economist and journalist with a wide range of experience working in economic research and consultancy; in print and television journalism; and for a number of senior British politicians. She has specialised in writing about the interface between Christianity, economics and politics, and has written hundreds of articles and two books in this area. Her booklet, Gay Lessons: How Public Funds are Used to Promote Homosexuality Among Children and Young People led directly to the Section 28 legislation in Britain which, for 15 years (until its repeal last year), banned the promotion of homosexuality using public money.