The bill is an attempt to strengthen equality in our society, without compromising religious freedom. The eldest victim, now aged 42, described how she had scrubbed her skin raw in a bath of Dettol as a year-old and also turned to self-harm in an attempt to deal with the abuse. He said that marriage revolved around children. It would look at proposed changes, he says. When you stand up there, in front of your friends and your family, in front of the world, whether it's in a church or anywhere else, what you're doing really means something. That should worry them deeply. Size of majority will make it difficult for the Lords to overturn ".
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How did the pro-paedophile group PIE exist openly for 10 years?
But I also hold dear the principle of religious freedom. Another five Conservative MPs voted both for the bill and against it, the tradition way of registering an abstention. Labour's Chris Bryant said this was "profoundly offensive" to people in civil partnerships. In you could still be refused service in a shop or access to a hotel because of your sexual orientation. We should be in the business of protecting cherished institutions and our cultural heritage otherwise what, I ask, is a Conservative party for?
The most common complaint is that Mr Cameron is pursuing a course that will deliver great harm and no dividends. It comes into force on 5 December and the first civil partnerships take place two weeks later. And all the politics stories filed yesterday, including some in today's paper, are here. Labour's Chris Bryant said this was "profoundly offensive" to people in civil partnerships. Their support for legalised discrimination gives comfort to bigots everywhere. Technically this means you could say Tories voted against the bill, or opposed it, but that would be misleading. Similarly, the Kolkata underworld had 41 words for police and more than 20 for bomb.