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Isle of Man to pardon people convicted for outdated homosexual crimes

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People who have previously been convicted in relation to homosexual acts in the Isle of Man will receive a pardon under the new legislation.

Homosexuality was decriminalised thirty years ago on the island in 1992, and this new act pardons all historical sexual offences so long as they are no longer a crime.

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