24th June 2014
Former Archbishop of Canterbury: The state rushed into ‘redefining’ marriage 72
11:10 AM — Lord Williams says he has "no problem" with legal parity for same-sex couples, but claims the state rushed into "redefining" marriage.
23rd June 2014
UK government bans teaching creationism as science in all state schools 39
7:18 PM — The British Government has banned the teaching of creationism as science in all academies and free schools.
US: Republican candidate compares same-sex marriage to polygamy 10
6:49 PM — A Republican candidate for the House in Washington state has compared same-sex marriage with polygamy.
US: Alaska claims same-sex marriage ban doesn’t violate any rights 9
6:46 PM — The state of Alaska has filed a brief defending its same-sex marriage ban, claiming that it does not violate the rights of any couples.
Republican Senator: We have to get over same-sex marriage and focus on other issues 2
5:22 PM — A Republican Senator has urged his party to get over issues such as same-sex marriage, in order to get ahead at the upcoming elections.
22nd June 2014
London: Gay vicar defies Church to marry same-sex partner 19
1:55 PM — A popular London vicar has married his same-sex partner, in defiance of the Church of England's gay marriage ban.
20th June 2014
US: Arkansas Legislative Council claims judge ‘abused authority’ by striking down marriage ban 1
7:16 PM — The Arkansas Legislative Council has approved a resolution condemning the judge who struck down the state's same-sex marriage ban.
Defrocked pastor who performed gay son’s wedding begins appeal 5
6:40 PM — A pastor who was defrocked by his church for officiating at his gay son’s wedding begins an appeal to get his job back today.
US: Louisville Mayor comes out in support of same-sex marriage 1
5:13 PM — The mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, has officially come out in support of same-sex marriage.
Rick Santorum: Same-sex marriage hurts the economy by destroying families 12
4:28 PM — Failed Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum has claimed that same-sex marriage would hurt the economy.
19th June 2014
Pastor sacked for officiating at gay son’s wedding to begin appeal 3
5:18 PM — A pastor who was defrocked by his church for officiating at his gay son’s wedding will begin an appeal to get his job back.
Gay activist hopes to unseat Tory MP who warned of ‘aggressive homosexuals’ 12
4:46 PM — An LGBT rights campaigner is running to become a selected Labour candidate in a seat occupied by Conservative MP Sir Gerald Howarth.
US: County clerk to pursue federal appeal against same-sex marriage in Pennsylvania 4
2:33 PM — A county clerk in the US state of Pennsylvania has said she plans to appeal against same-sex marriage in the state at a federal level, after a judge rejected her attempt to do so.
US: Presbyterian Church to vote on allowing same-sex marriage 2
11:36 AM — The US Presbyterian church will on Friday vote on whether or not to allow same-sex marriages to take place.
18th June 2014
US: Pennsylvania judge rejects attempt to appeal against same-sex marriage 4
7:47 PM — A Pennsylvania judge has rejected an attempt by a county clerk to appeal against same-sex marriage in the state.
Luxembourg passes equal marriage bill by 56-4 landslide 33
6:53 PM — Luxembourg's parliament has overwhelmingly passed a same-sex marriage bill, by a vote of 56-4.
US: Fort Lauderdale approves resolution in support of same-sex marriage 1
5:37 PM — Commissioners in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, have passed a resolution which pushes for the state to introduce same-sex marriage.
Sacked pastor who officiated at gay son’s wedding continues appeal for reinstatement 1
5:18 PM — A pastor who was defrocked by his church for officiating at his gay son's wedding has said he would like to have his job back.
Ann Widdecombe: ‘I was very alienated by gay marriage’ 111
4:03 PM — Former Conservative MP Ann Widdecombe says David Cameron’s decision to legalise same-sex marriage left her feeling “alienated”.
US: Pennsylvania judges refusing to perform all marriages after court ruling 8
3:44 PM — A number of judges in Pennsylvania have stopped performing marriages altogether, following the legalisation of same-sex marriage.