The thing is that there are so many good things that go with being married and unless we can get married I can’t have any of them!
Posts Tagged: gay marriage
The pastures of diversity stretch out before us in all their fullness.
Plus: Labour – Alastair Campbell v Labour failure. Tories – Dale v Massow? Labour again: Watson V Flint V Eagle V…. And: Roy Jenkins’s sex life. P.S: I’m getting married.
The Republic becomes the first country to legalise same-sex marriage in a popular referendum, and by a comfortable margin.
Also: Calls for referendum as NI Assembly votes down gay marriage by two votes; and Jones and Davidson join the debate on EVEL.
We scratch and scrabble around looking for solutions to the challenge. But this is the key.
And other fun and serious ideas from the first declared candidate for the Conservative nomination for the London Mayoralty
Plus: My Big Fat New Wedding. An invitation to Roger Bird. And: Happy New Year to you all. P.S: Here is my, er, prediction success rate for last year.
Her ‘image from Rochester’ was the overwhelming winner.
Some members of the Tory family think the Chancellor isn’t part of it. But the Autumn Statement showed that no-one is working harder for its future.
Interview: Nicky Morgan – “As a Christian Secretary of State for Education, I will oppose secular, politically correct dogma”
Michael Gove’s successor upholds his reforms, opposes new grammar schools, dismisses Tristram Hunt as “vacuous”…and admires Henry VIII.
Ed West: Tim Montgomerie has ten reasons for not voting for UKIP. Here are ten of mine for doing so.
Why I disagree with the case set out on this site by its former Editor a week ago.
But the Conservatives need fundamental change.
Harriet Maltby: Sunshine is winning the day. Here’s evidence that Britain’s getting better – not worse
More freedom. Strong families. New jobs. More giving. This year’s Prosperity Index from the Legatum Institute is a rebuke to the doomsters and gloomsters.
A more grassroots-friendly forward momentum, significant achievements in office and under-estimating Ed Miliband’s ambition could all explain the party mood.