Lord Browne, former head of BP, speaks of years in closet

June 2012
Pink Paper;6/1/2012, p14
The article deals with the statement issued by Lord John Browne, ex-chief executive officer of BP, wherein he suggested that the business world is more intolerant of homosexuality than other professionals.


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