PM defends gay marriage

David Cameron has defended his plan to legalise gay marriage saying 'I'm a great supporter of marriage'. MPs have backed the plan by 400 votes to 175 in the Commons yesterday.

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Cameron: I want to promote, defend, encourage marriage

Responding to last night's vote on gay marriage at Prime Minister's Questions, David Cameron said:

I'm a marriage man. I'm a great supporter of marriage. I want to promote marriage, to defend marriage, encourage marriage. And the great thing about last night's vote is that two gay people who love each other will now be able to get married and I think that's an important advance.

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