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Mormons say equal marriage would have "negative implications" for UK

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints filed a response to the government’s public consultation on how to introduce marriage equality, saying gay couples should be excluded for the “good of society” and warning that the move will have “negative implications for the nation, both legal and social.”

Gina Yashere: A fearless, British queen of comedic proportions

She is a very worldly and fiercely unapologetic British comic of Nigerian descent; but there is so just much stuffed into this fearless package of fun, the fact she is also a lesbian does not even come close to defining her.

Church of England is failing its LGBT community, bishop says

"I don't think there is much there [in the Bible] which addresses the issue of faithful, same sex relationships. We have had the experience of civil partnerships for six years now and we need to review where we are."

In the U.K., Tories vow to fight marriage equality

"Gay marriage is a debate we don't need to have at this stage. It is not an issue people are hammering us on the doorstep to do something about," one Tory says.

UK takes big step toward marriage equality, proposed for 2012

The United Kingdom, which is ruled by a conservative government under Prime Minister David Cameron, said today that it would create a consultation to expand civil partnerships to marriage equality.