Conservative MPs are trying to sabotage David Cameron's plan to
legalise gay marriage, threatening a rebellion bigger than the one in
which 81 voted against the Government on Europe.
A campaign to defeat the Coalition's plan to lift the ban on civil
marriage for gay and lesbian couples is being organised by
traditionalist Tory MPs, who claim the idea would weaken the institution
of marriage. Ministers fear the revolt will undermine Mr Cameron's
drive to modernise his party.
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