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.
Landmark plans to legalise gay marriage got the green light in the Commons, despite a majority of Tories failing to support the Government.
The Prime Minister will read the letter delivered to Number 10, take their views on board, but not change his mind over gay marriage.
Many Conservative MPs just do not understand the move when the tax measure is in the Coalition Agreement.