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  • 22nd May 2012

    Advertising Standards Authority accused of bias over Lord Smith’s @Out4Marriage video 47

    Lord Smith was the first openly gay MP and Cabinet Minister, and came out in 1984.

    2:54 PM — The anti-equality group, Coalition for Marriage (C4M) and the religious blogger, Archbishop Cranmer, have accused the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) of bias, after its chairman, Lord Smith, recorded and released a video for the @Out4Marriage Campaign, which asks people who support marriage equality to record and disseminate their message on YouTube.

  • 10th April 2012

    Analysis: Behind the MPs poll on marriage equality 103

    The involvement of C4M in the framing of the survey is still troubling (Photo: YouTube)

    9:59 PM — Yesterday, PinkNews.co.uk reported that in a survey by ComRes on behalf of the Coalition for Marriage, only 56% of MPs thought that proposals for equality in marriage is likely to go ahead, the proportion rising significantly among Labour and Lib Dems, but declining with equal significance among the Tories. Here, Balaji Ravichandran presents a detailed analysis of the poll and its findings.

  • 8th April 2012

    Update: Investigation suggests serious flaws in the Coalition For Marriage petition 168

    The petition count is unreliable at best and false at worst (Photo: YouTube)

    8:30 PM — PinkNews.co.uk's Edmund Broch explores how accurate the reliable the system is that appears to suggest that the Coalition for Marriage has amassed 400,000 signatures in opposition to the Government's plans to allow gay couples to marry and asks 'do their numbers add up?'

  • 24th March 2012

    Petition against equal marriage reaches 300,000 signatures 155

    C4M campaign director, Colin Hart, claims that the proposals are very unpopular with the public

    6:56 PM — The Coalition for Marriage has announced today that it has received more than 300,000 signatures in support of its petition to keep the definition of marriage restricted to that between a man and a woman.

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