Date set for gay marriage vote

The date has been announced when MPs will be able to vote on the Government's controversial same-sex marriage bill. MPs will be able to vote when the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill has its second reading in the House of Commons on February 5.

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Reverend: Jesus did not put everyone in the same category

Gay couples could soon be allowed to marry in Churches for the first time, if the Government's proposals are approved by MPs.

ITV Daybreak spoke to Reverend Jody Stowell, she said: "It is devaluing to put everything into absolutely the same category".

She added that not everyone is the same, and this is something that needs to be explored further, over the subject of same-sex marriage.

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