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From these statistics it appears that a consistent third of Catholic respondents disapprove of same–sex relations compared to two-thirds of Protestant respondents. Unsurprisingly then, fewer Protestants answered ‘not wrong at all’ to this question (10 per cent; 13 per cent; 14 per cent respectively) than Catholics (17 per cent; 19 per cent; 31 per cent respectively). Although the Protestant response to this question remained fairly consistent, the percentage of Catholics changing their minds to adopt a more accepting approach to same-sex sexual relations among adults almost doubled.
Assault, criminal damage), actual recognition of the offence as being motivated by prejudice still only applies to cases involving a racial or religious element (CPS Hate Crime Report 2008). In other words, perpetrators of racially and religiously motivated hate crimes can be charged by the police with specific offences such as racially or religiously aggravated harassment or assault; perpetrators of homophobic hate crimes cannot be charged with a specific offence of homophobically motivated harassment.
Conversely, arguments opposing this suggest that the creation of a victim hierarchy may be inevitable if crimes against some people are seen to hurt less as a result of assumptions made on the basis of their identity. There are some issues regarding the vagueness of the term ‘hate crime’ and the cultural implications it may have. While there are demarcated minority identities – such as ethnic minorities, LGB&T persons or disabled people – cases such as the murder of Sophie Lancaster have demonstrated that the application of the label ‘hate crime’ is not necessarily limited to those groups outlined in UK law.
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