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Monday, 14 February 2011

Main churches – and of course Norman bloody Tebbit – against civil partnerships in religious premises (no surprise there, then)

I've just realised I've told the entire story in the headline. Never mind. Here's a link to a story on Digital Journal about it, with further links there.

It should come as no surprise to us, of course, that right-wing Tories – the ones who make the Nasty Party look positively benign – would oppose the idea. The Church of England does, although the Archbishop of York is guarded.

And as for Pope sodding Ratzinger . . . well, it goes without saying.


Bob Hutton said...

Once this new law is passed then evangelical vicars will be sued for not officiating at gay "weddings". See my article on this:

Bill P. Godfrey said...

If we are going to have an established church, seems reasonable that the church should be required to provide their services to all citizens who want them.