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The profile comes after he issued a tearful apology to members of the LGBTQ community for actions taken by the government against thousands of workers in the military and public service during the Cold War In November, Trudeau said in an emotional speech to Parliament that from the 1950s to the early 1990s, the federal government employed a campaign of oppression against members and suspected members of the LGBTQ communities.The thinking of the day, he said, was that all non-heterosexual Canadians would automatically be at an increased risk of blackmail by Canada's adversaries.'This is the devastating story of people who were branded criminals by the government - people who lost their livelihoods, and in some cases, their lives,' Trudeau said.'These aren't distant practices of governments long forgotten.Congratulations @British Vogue #ADWOAABOAH #EDWARDENNINFUL !!!! And great to see Londoner @adwoaaboah on the amazing cover!#London Is Open.'Luxury footwear king Brian Attwood wrote: 'NOW This is what I am talking about!!! I love it.'Edward Enninful himself said: 'The inspiring @adwoaaboah on the cover of my first edition of @Britishvogue. ' Enninful was said to be planning a 'posh girl' exodus, with a view to diversify British Vogue.Cheryl shared a snap of the cover on Instagram and wrote: 'Sooo beautiful! 'Congratulations @edward_enninful on your stunning first @britishvogue cover ❤️ #newera #vogue #Edward Enninful.'Liam, who she shares six-month-old son Bear with, added: 'Amazing first edition of @britishvogue!Congratulations @edward_enninful.'Designer Victoria Beckham, 43, added: 'Thank you and congratulations @edward_enninful so proud to be a part of your first issue x VB.'She shared a clip of the images and campaigns in the edition - which features a piece on her and her designs.In the interview, the magazine joins Trudeau at the inaugural 'Canada Pride 2017' in his hometown of Montreal.He told the magazine: 'The LGBT community has become emblematic of the fight for human rights.
The highly-anticipated edition is the first under new editor Edward, who took over from Alexandra Shulman when she left the post in August after 25 years.The fact that so many people have gone for so long feeling that they had to be ashamed, or hide something about their core identity to fit into society is a lesson for everyone to push against.'Trudeau said he finds it important to walk at Pride events because there's 'so much more to do'.'The more that we are exposed to stories that reveal our own biases, the privileges we take for granted, that other people don't have, the better we'll be at standing up for other people's rights and opportunities,' he told Attitude.Trudeau's appearance on the magazine follows a lead of several UK politicians and notable figures, including Tony Blair, David Cameron and Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge.'I never would have dreamt in a million years that I would have young girls coming up to me at Glastonbury or on the streets of LA, New York, London, and telling me how much Gurls Talk or seeing my picture in a magazine means to them, as a woman of colour.'I love being a mixed-race woman in 2017. There’s this understanding that we’re all in it together' Enninful's first cover looks very different to Shulman's last issue, which hit shelves in August.The September issue was themed around Vogue's 'past, present and future', and featured models Nora Attal, Edie Campbell, Jean Campbell, Kate Moss and Stella Tennant.