Tuesday 25 February 2014

Last year, David Cameron the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and leader of the Conservative Party, disgraced those distinguished Offices by introducing a law to legalise same sex marriage. This was further marred by the dubious and deceitful way this was carried out.

We were told that a consultation would take place across the country, yet whilst this was in the process of being done the government ministers were telling us WHEN the legislation was made what the effect would be. Even this was totally misleading in that we were assured the Church would not be obliged to perform ceremonies, when it was generally recognised the European Court could force the Church to do so.

The consultation revealed that 70% of the population were opposed, but what did that matter to ‘Call me Dave’. The only consultation we have is that thousands have deserted the Conservative party for United Kingdom Independence Party and ensures David Cameron will have a new job in 2015.

Now read some of the consequences laid out by lawyers,


The Government now realises that same-sex marriage will require a massive re-write of legislation dating back to 1285 AD – including airbrushing out the terms “husband” and “wife” from many of our laws. Crucial safeguards will also have to be introduced to safeguard the Monarchy.
The Government are rushing to introduce all these changes through ministerial orders.
The proposals include changing the law:
• To prevent a man from becoming Queen in the event a King 'marries' another man
• To prevent a man from becoming the Princess of Wales in the event that the heir to the throne enters a same-sex marriage
• To stop the 'husband' of a male Peer being referred to as Duchess, Lady or Countess
• To replace the terms “husband” and “wife” with “partner” or “spouse” in a huge raft of English law
Redefining marriage means rewriting our language as well as our laws. All this just goes to show that marriage should never have been redefined.
C4M said all along that thousands of laws would need to be changed. These, and other far-reaching consequences, flow from redefining marriage.
MPs are expected to agree the draft orders tomorrow with the House of Lords considering them on Thursday. No doubt there will need to be further changes to clear up the legislative mess created by the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act.

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