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Catholic Tory MP Conor Burns: As a gay man I don’t see how I can vote against equality

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  1. PantoHorse 5 Feb 2013, 12:45pm

    ‘Inclined to support equality’?

    How about 100% fully in support of equality??

  2. Do the right thing – vote for love! Let the haters hate – but let those of us who love – love!

  3. Shame the same can’t be said for your bigot colleague Tobias Ellwood. Useless for Bournemouth, waste of space creep.

  4. RadMad and Funky 5 Feb 2013, 1:37pm

    Conor Burns always seems like a man who is hedging his bets, but that is not as bad as Tobias Ellwood who is an obvious hypocrite expounding the virtues of a ‘long term commitment’ when his own reputation is widely known.

  5. BournemouthHotlips 5 Feb 2013, 2:08pm

    OMG I can’t believe how wishy washy Conor Burns is being over this issue, is he ashamed of who he is? As for Tobias Ellwood, nobody takes that tosser seriously anyway.

  6. No surprise Tobias Ellwood is voting against, horrible narrow minded man who should never have got in to parliament.

  7. Conor! Shame on you! You seem to be climbing back in the closet. Perhaps you’ll find that low down piece of cr*p Tobias Ellwood in there too!

  8. Staircase2 11 Feb 2013, 5:35pm

    Anyone know how he voted in the end…?

  9. Paul Halsall 17 Feb 2013, 5:09pm

    He voted for equal marriage. As did most Catholic MPs.

    Good for him. And good for them

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