Despite Monday’s high-profile anti-equal marriage protest against the backdrop of the Conservative Party Conference, Prime Minister David Cameron remains determined to press ahead with marriage reform.
According to the Independent, Mr Cameron has told ministers to prioritise equal marriage legislation and the paper claims it could be on the statute book before the end of next year.
A senior Downing Street source is quoted as saying that the prime minister: “regards this as a straightforward matter of equality and believes that we should just get on with it.”
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