MPs vote in favour of gay marriage

Published: 5 Feb 2013 20:001 comment

POLITICIANS in the House of Commons have voted in favour of the Equal Marriage Bill today.

They voted in favour by a majority of 400 to 175.

Wokingham MP John Redwood and Windsor MP Adam Afriyie both voted against the proposal, while Bracknell MP Dr Phillip Lee abstained.


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  • timespassing
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    Feb 6, 19:18
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    We may have to re-define the meaning of consummation as I can see the divorce lawyers making a mint out of this one. I also thought Dr Lee was in Westminster to represent his constituency and not fudge the issue by abstaining.

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