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Number 10 rejects Daily Mail report that David Cameron told activists he regrets equal marriage

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  1. Mumbo Jumbo 3 Oct 2013, 1:27pm

    Andrew Pierce, a man who hates himself working for a newspaper that hates Britain.

  2. Colin (London) 3 Oct 2013, 1:29pm

    We know this and actually need to move on (No disrespect to you PN)
    I’m so delighted to hear that Miliband has written to the owner of daily mail and mail on sunday..Rothermere. Close these rags down and sack the lot of them.

    Gove comments about no apology and the press are disgusting. His wife works for mail on sunday.

    We do need common decency and privacy over the media. Politicians are will never do it. It suits them.

    We need a change of attitude where the trashy media are concerned.

  3. The Daily Mail is turning into the Fox News of the UK – with all their astounding ability to miss the point and make up the news to fit with a very narrow and mean spirited ‘conservative’ agenda.

    We should be very worried – just look at the power of the Teavangelical wingnuts now.

    (And go and read The Christian Nation by Frederic Rich to give your liberal soul a good scare!)

  4. Gasp! Andrew Pierce says something to undermine gay people? And the Daily Mail publishes something negative about gay people and it turns out not to be true? Gasp again!

    1. You took the gasps right out of my mouth!

  5. Robert in S. Kensington 3 Oct 2013, 2:37pm

    I see the bigoted adulteress Nadine Dorries has been exploiting the Pierce article too.

    Pierce should name his sources if such claims are true but he won’t because there aren’t any. I don’t think Cameron would be such a fool to risk saying such a thing.

  6. The Daily Mail lie about something, who would have guessed it.

  7. Stephen Ellis 3 Oct 2013, 2:54pm

    I was at the meeting of the Conservative Party National Convention (the Party’s national organisation of voluntary members with representatives from across the UK) on Sunday morning.

    David Cameron joined the meeting for a Q&A session. One female member questioned why he supported gay marriage and spent so much Parliamentary time debating it.

    David Cameron said marriage was a great institution. He went only to add that it was right for that to be extended to people who are gay. He said he genuinely believed in gay marriage and he was pleased and proud it was law.

    His comments were met with rapurous applause by everyone at the meeting.

    I have been at many meeting where David Cameron has spoken – and he’s also spoken in favour of gay marriage. I genuinely believe he sees it as the right thing and he very much believes in it.

    When he first supported it, every doubted it. However, David has been a huge supporter of the LGBT community and has matched words with action.

    1. I’ve never met you, but i’ll take what you say as the truth if the Daily Mail is saying the opposite any day of the week

      Thanks for posting it here

    2. Sister Mary Clarence 3 Oct 2013, 5:47pm

      I watched a thing the other night with Jeremy Paxman quizzing Grant Schapps. He was banging on about how unpopular same sex marriage had been in the party and asked for a show of hands of those against it. He got about three hands up. The average age was about 70. He then asked whether anyone there DID actually support it, and the entire room bar three put their hands up. Poor fvcker was then heard mumbling, “Quite a few then”

      Priceless!!

      1. Robert in S. Kensington 3 Oct 2013, 6:32pm

        Priceless indeed, love it!

  8. The fleeting hallucinations of men in neckties with the inevitable impeded supply of oxygen levels to the brain.

  9. Is anyone really surprised? This is after all the Daily Fail. One of the worst rags in the UK today.

    Non of us should buy this poor excuse of a newspaper. Nor any of the other homophobic papers. (Telegraph comes to mind)

  10. Carl ROwlands 3 Oct 2013, 4:59pm

    I find Andrew Pierce’s generally anti-gay stance rather uncomfortable. Though as my old mum used to say “No sense, no feeling!”

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