A British Labour MP explains the case against same-sex marriage
Tom O'Gorman | 14 February 2013
Why would 22 British Labour MPs vote against same-sex marriage? Scottish Labour MP Jim Dobbin explained why in one of the best speeches of the night.
What is really going on?
Michael Kirke | 12 February 2013
On March 27 last year, the UK’s representation in Strasbourg organised the European Council’s first “closed conference” (ie, public not admitted), to agree detailed plans for the June 2013 implementation of "equal civil marriage”, with a keynote address from Lynne Featherstone. A speech by the British judge, Sir Nicolas Bratza, then head of the European Court of Human Rights, signalled that the court was ready to declare same-sex marriage a “human right”, as soon as enough countries fell into line.
Mother of Parliaments divorces an institution it has been wedded to for almost one thousand years
Michael Kirke | 06 February 2013
Yesterday, Tuesday, February 5, 2013, was D-Day for marriage in the United Kingdom – well, in the England and Wales segment of it anyway. Yesterday evening (British time) Marriage was redefined in a fairly massive vote in Britain’s House of Commons after six hours of debate. The vote was 400-175. More than 70 members spoke.
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