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Plans to allow gay marriage look set to overcome their latest parliamentary hurdle after Labour and the Government signalled they were ready to work together to defeat a backbench bid to wreck the legislation in the House of Commons.
A source close to Culture Secretary Maria Miller said she was “very relaxed” about a Labour proposal for an immediate consultation on extending civil partnerships to heterosexual couples, designed to defuse Tory backbench demands for straight couples to be given equality with homosexuals and lesbians in this area.
The deal means that the first same-sex marriages could take place as early as next summer if the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill clears the House of Lords, where it is expected to meet stiff resistance.
A Tory opponent of gay marriage has tabled a “wrecking amendment” to the Bill which would extend the option of civil partnerships to straight couples. While many advocates of same-sex marriage back the idea in principle, they fear it could delay the legislation or scupper it altogether after Mrs Miller said it would impose “significant” additional complexities and extra costs on the reforms.
The wrecking amendment, tabled by former families minister Tim Loughton, is expected to win the support of 100 or more Conservative backbenchers in a free vote in the Commons, but it needs the backing of large numbers of Labour or Liberal Democrat MPs to have any chance of being passed.
Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg has made clear that he would not back amendments that would derail the Bill, and Labour has put forward plans for an immediate consultation on straight civil partnerships, which is expected to be enough to persuade the party’s MPs not to back the Loughton amendment.
Downing Street signalled Prime Minister David Cameron’s readiness to support the Labour proposal, saying it was “entirely consistent” with an amendment tabled last week by Mrs Miller which would require a future culture secretary to review civil partnerships five years after the introduction of gay marriage – but leaves open the option of an earlier review.
It is understood that Mrs Miller’s amendment was deliberately phrased in a vague way to allow an earlier review if there is pressure from Parliament for it to be conducted swiftly.
Gay marriage is the latest in a series of issues sparking friction between Mr Cameron and traditionalist Tory MPs and activists. A group of more than 30 current and former local party chairmen have written to the PM to warn that it will drive Tory voters to Ukip and make a Conservative election victory in 2015 impossible.
Mr Loughton has denied that his amendment is designed to derail the Bill, insisting that it is a matter of equality that heterosexuals too should be able to have civil partnerships. “If the Government think it is right to extend marriage to everyone then it has to be right to extend civil partnerships to everyone too,” he said.
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A majority of British parliamentarians vote in favour of gay marriage, but conservatives remain split on the topic.
LONDON: The British Parliament has voted to legalise gay marriage, after an afternoon of passionate argument. More than 70 MPs had their say in a lively but mainly polite and very British debate, as hidebound tradition and Anglican values clashed with the principles of ”live and let live” and equality.
Both sides emphasised respect for other points of view, despite deep divisions.
One MP cited Shakespeare, another Orwell, another Elton John, and one talked about the importance of allowing everyone, regardless of sexual preference, the opportunity of a long-lasting marriage – even if it descends into ”bickering over the biscuits”.
The bill passed its second reading vote at 6.15am Wednesday, Australian time, with 400 in favour and 175 against. It will now go to a committee for detailed examination starting next week.
After that, it is predicted that it will pass the House of Commons with strong support from Labour and Liberal Democrat MPs. The Conservative Party, however, is torn down the middle on the issue. Britain already has civil partnerships between gay couples. The new law would allow marriage in civil ceremonies and in religious ceremonies if a church allows it.
The Prime Minister, David Cameron, allowed his colleagues a conscience vote on the issue.
The Culture Secretary, Maria Miller, introduced the second reading of the bill with a speech aimed at countering the concerns of many of her colleagues, who frequently interrupted her, asking about the impact on schools and religious freedoms.
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Britains Gaycrocy Passes Gay Marriage Bill – Morris
Was this the deal from the beginning for Nick Clegg's Liberal democrats to join Cameron's conservatives in a coalition. Cameron had to agree to Clegg's constant demands for Gay marriage rights? The Queen is the head of the Church of England which was excluded from the ability to make gay marriages. Is this why she recently sat in the abinet meeting? The first time since 1781 in peacetime for a monarch to do that? The biggest warmongers Britain France and the USA under the heaviest jewish influence are pushing Gay marrriage. Britain at least in foreign policy too.
5 February 2013 Last updated at 00:04 ET
Three senior Conservative ministers have made a late appeal to party MPs to drop any opposition to plans to allow gay marriage in England and Wales.
It comes ahead of a Commons vote on the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill.
Chancellor George Osborne, Foreign Secretary William Hague and Home Secretary Theresa May wrote to the Daily Telegraph saying “a substantial majority” of Britons back gay marriage.
But some Tories say the move will harm their 2015 general election prospects.
Reports suggest upwards of 120 Conservative MPs could vote against the government’s plans, including some cabinet ministers.
The Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill would enable same-sex couples to get married in both civil and religious ceremonies, where a religious institution had formally consented, in England and Wales.
It would also allow couples who had previously entered into civil partnerships to convert their relationship into a marriage.
MPs will have a free vote on the issue, meaning they will not be ordered to vote for or against by party whips, but the measure is expected to get through the Commons, with most on the Labour and Liberal Democrat benches supporting it.
In Tuesday’s joint letter, the chancellor, foreign secretary and home secretary wrote: “Marriage has evolved over time. We believe that opening it up to same-sex couples will strengthen, not weaken, the institution.
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U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron will probably need support from other parties this week to win a parliamentary vote to allow gay marriage after dissent by officials and lawmakers of his Conservative party.
More time should be afforded to debate an issue of such gravity, more than 20 current or former local party chairmen wrote in a letter to Cameron today. Resignations from the party are beginning to multiply and we fear that, if enacted, this bill will lead to significant damage to the Conservative Party in the run-up to the 2015 election.
The controversy highlights the challenge for Cameron as he balances conflicting views in his own party and sustains a governing coalition with the Liberal Democrats. While a Sunday Times opinion poll showed most Britons are in favor of allowing gay marriage, the Sunday Telegraph said more than half of Camerons lawmakers may oppose or abstain in the so-called free vote on Feb. 5, in which they dont have to follow his lead.
Its for them to make their own decisions, as it is when we have votes on abortion laws or capital punishment, Foreign Secretary William Hague, a Conservative who supports the measure, said on BBC televisions Sunday Politics show. If we werent debating it now it would instead be a big issue in the general election and wed all have to say where we stood then anyway.
In the letter delivered to Camerons Downing Street office in London at lunchtime, the Conservative activists said there hasnt been enough consultation or debate on the gay marriage measure within the party or the country. They said there is no mandate for it from their 2010 election manifesto or in the coalition accord with the Liberal Democrats.
It wasnt in the coalition agreement, and all of a sudden its taking huge priority, Tim Loughton, a Conservative member of Parliament who opposes the measure, said on Sky News television. Its going to take up a lot of parliamentary time. Its going to set MP against MP and we dont need it.
The Sunday Telegraph said that about 120 Conservative lawmakers may support the gay marriage bill, leaving about 180, including as many as four members of Camerons cabinet, likely to either oppose it or abstain. They include Defense Secretary Philip Hammond, who will vote against the bill or abstain, according to the newspaper.
This is a huge redefinition of something that has survived many, many centuries, said Loughton, a former education minister. Who are we, who is this government, who is this country to determine, impose, nationalize a new definition of marriage?
Loughton spoke just after Conservative Culture Minister Ed Vaizey defended the gay marriage measure on Sky News.
It is right that people in a loving relationship have equal access to the institution of civil marriage, Vaizey said. Peoples concerns that they might be forced to do things that they dont want, to support particularly religious marriages, have been protected in this bill.
Ministers have risked inflaming tensions among opponents of same-sex marriage still further by confirming that plans to introduce tax breaks for married couples will not be in next month’s Budget. A senior government source said the move – which has been pushed for hard by cabinet ministers and many MPs – would come later in the parliament.
The pollster ComRes asked just over 2,000 voters whether or not they agreed with the statement that they would have considered voting Conservative at the next election but will definitely not if the Coalition Government legalises same-sex marriage.
Twenty per cent of those who said they voted Conservative in 2010 agreed that they would not do so again in light of gay marriage.
Just under six out of 10 Conservative voters disagreed with that idea and another fifth of Toy voters say they are unsure as to whether they would support David Cameron again if it becomes law, according to the poll.
In the 2010 electon which produced the first hung parliament since the 1970s, the Conservatives won 10.7 million votes against Labours 8.6 million and 6.8 million for the Liberal Democrats.
The poll also found that 62 per cent of voters, of all political stripes, thought that David Camerons motivation was more to do with making the party seem trendy and modern.
They include just under half of Conservative supporters, seven out of 10 would-be Labour voters and, significantly, 85 per cent of those who now support Ukip.
Tim Loughton, the former Childrens Minister, said: This is a wake-up call to just how damaging an issue gay marriage is for the Conservative Party.
“Many stalwart Conservative supporters are feeling pretty bruised by this issue which came out of nowhere, didnt feature in the manifesto and is now being forced through by the Government that seems to want to pick a fight with its own supporters.
He said it had now become a totemic issue for Conservative activists, despite not having featured until recently.
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Pedophilia is the next “right” to be legalized by the liberal socialists after gay marriage
The liberal socialist agenda is intended to destroy us morally and culturally, as Alan Watt aptly explains in this excerpt from his show. (see his YT channel at: www.youtube.com We need to wake up and start watching for the signs of this next step as it worms its way into our culture, politics, and courtrooms. For those who understand biblical prophecy and realize that we are approaching the last days, we know that we are destined to end up with the same moral code of ancient sodom and gomorrah. Not only were homosexual marriages and pedophilia legal back then, but rape was legal. In fact, if a man desired to rape another man on the street, the other man was legally obligated to “assume the position.” Check out the story of Lot in the book of Genesis for confirmation on that one. Its coming folks, and now that the gay marriage battle is over, pedophilia is next. Lets try not to lose this one…
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