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Labour has launched a bid to save a Government bill to legalise gay marriage, amid fears that a "wrecking amendment" extending civil partnerships to heterosexual couples could stall the legislation.
The party has put forward its own amendment, which would spark an immediate consultation on straight civil partnerships.
Shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper urged the Coalition to make a "sensible" response to the proposal to prevent the bill being "sucked into the vortex of Tory infighting", adding:
– Yvette Cooper, speaking to BBC Radio 4's World at One
Labour votes have got this bill through so far and Labour votes will get this through the next couple of days, when the Government is deeply divided and fighting itself.
We are trying to find a sensible way through which allows us to make that progress and make sure this bill is not derailed either by the Government or by Tory backbenchers.
US tech giant Yahoo has snapped up Tumblr in a major US deal that will reportedly net the blogging site's 26-year-old founder a 250 million US dollar (£164 million) fortune six years after he started it.
– Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer
Per the agreement and our promise not to screw it up, Tumblr will be independently operated as a separate business. David Karp will remain CEO.
Gnomes, appearing at the Chelsea Flower Show for the first, will be sold on auction site eBay to raise money for the RHS Campaign for School Gardening.
The decorated figures will all be auctioned off on eBay from today to raise money for the £1 million RHS Centenary Appeal, marking 100 years since the first Chelsea Flower Show.
The UK's first official astronaut Major Tim Peake told ITV News he wanted to continue Commander Chris Hadfield's "great work" of tweeting pictures from space but would not "inflict" his singing voice on the world.
Cdr Hadfield, from Canada, performed a cover of David Bowie's song Space Oddity while he was onboard the International Space Station.
Maj Peake said he was "delighted" with his mission to space and added that his family were "thrilled" for him.
It is being reported that two lifeguards have been arrested at the Egyptian holiday resort where five year-old Chloe Johnson died on Friday.
Chloe from Forest Hill drowned in a swimming pool while on holiday at the Coral Sea Waterworld hotel in Sharm El Sheikh.
Her parents have claimed that no life guards were present when she died.