MPs vote to allow gay marriage

MPs have backed David Cameron's plan to legalise gay marriage by 400 votes to 175, a majority of 225. All eight Conservative MPs in Wales voted against the bill.

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MPs debate gay marriage proposals

All eight Welsh Conservative MPs and two Welsh Labour MPs have voted against plans to make same-sex marriage legal. Welsh Secretary David Jones was one of the few cabinet members to vote against but won't be disciplined because Tory MPs had been allowed a free vote.

Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru MPs and most Labour members voted for the bill.

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