Welsh Secretary David Jones will vote against equal marriage rights for gay couples in England and Wales but is refusing to explain why because of his position within government.
According to the BBC, Mr Jones, the MP for Clwyd West, has declined to give interviews on the subject because it “bears no relation to his role as secretary of state for Wales”.
His deputy at the Wales Office, Pembrokeshire MP Stephen Crabb will also oppose the move.
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