"Every country in Eastern Europe currently trying to decriminalise or change its laws, the Dudgeon case is used. It even got quoted in U.S Supreme Court when the Texas Sodomy Law was overturned." P.A. "It established for the first time ever in law, a right to a private life for not only gay people but for straight people, all 260,000,0 million inhabitants of the European community." Jeff The interviewees reflect on further campaigns to gain equality. "I think the big change came in 1997 with the election of a Labour Government which was prepared to put through laws that would make gays equal to non-gay people. As a result all sorts of legislation were changed in the 1990s and early 21st century." Doug "We moved from being a group of people who had been decriminalised and tolerated into a group of people who are integral to society and were part of life. We moved from toleration to acceptance to equality and it's essential to maintain that position." P.A.