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The Archbishop of Wales has condemned the UK Government’s plan explicitly to ban the Church in Wales from performing same-sex marriages.
The government’s commitment to allow most religious organisations to conduct same-sex marriages - but not the Church of England and the Church in Wales - is a disappointing fudge that perpetuates inequality.
Quakers in Britain say that they are very much looking forward to the celebration of same-sex marriages in their places of worship.
Advocates of equal marriage, including Christians, have welcomed the PM's commitment to allow religious bodies to conduct same-sex ceremonies.
Gay and bisexual Christians are celebrating the news that faith groups will have the right to host same-sex weddings that will be recognised in law.
UKIP are facing accusations of homophobia after their candidate in the Croydon North by-election said people "pretend" to be gay as a "fashion".
I have today sent the following letter to Winston McKenzie, the UKIP candidate in the Croydon North by-election (due on Thursday):
Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has welcomed the verdict in favour of a Christian unfairly demoted for stating his opposition to same-sex marriage.