Topics :: David Cameron
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Tuesday May 21, 2013
Britain’s House of Commons has passed a bill to legalize same-sex marriage in England and Wales.
Monday Feb 4, 2013
British lawmakers are set to vote on legalizing gay marriage Tuesday but conservatives are urging Prime Minister David Cameron to delay the vote. Meanwhile, the new archbishop of Canterbury officially took office and strongly opposes marriage equality.
Friday Jan 25, 2013
The British government has introduced a bill legalizing same-sex marriage, and says lawmakers will get their first vote on it in Parliament next month.
By Jason St. Amand | Friday Dec 28, 2012
According to a new poll by the Guardian, two-thirds of voters in Great Britain now support marriage equality, a huge increase from a poll taken in March, & a big boost for Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron, who is pushing for such a law.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Dec 12, 2012
Britain’s conservative party is upset over the U.K.’s government plans to legalize same-sex marriage and have attacked conservative Prime Minister David Cameron for his support as well.
By David Stringer | Thursday Nov 8, 2012
Speculation about a political figure from the Margaret Thatcher era alleged to be tied to Britain’s child abuse scandal risks becoming a witch hunt, Prime Minister David Cameron warned on Tuesday.
By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday May 8, 2012
Some reports say that the U.K.’s Prime Minister David Cameron will surrender to the Tories’ criticism of not being conservative enough by retreating on the issue of gay marriage while others claim he will do no such thing.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Nov 1, 2011
British Prime Minister David Cameron has given warning: Anti-gay nations that persist in persecuting sexual minorities may see some of the aid money they receive from the UK dry up.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Feb 9, 2010
Conservative British pol David Cameron, who is viewed by many as the likely next Prime Minister of Britain, has made it his mission to reach out to gay and lesbian voters, reckoning that plenty of gays share his party’s conservative views--at least, the ones that are not flagrantly anti-gay.
By David Stringer | Monday Oct 12, 2009
Sipping cocktails and swapping gossip on a roof terrace decorated with pink balloons and rainbow flags at a gay-oriented disco, leading figures of Britain’s once-hidebound Conservative Party mingle happily with those many in its ranks once derided.
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