In a letter to today's Times, a group of senior clerics, including the Bishop of Salisbury, the Dean of Southwark and four retired bishops, have suggested that religious denominations should be allowed to choose whether to register civil partnerships on their premises.
"Straight couples have the choice between civil marriage and religious marriage. Gay couples are denied a similar choice. To deny people of faith the opportunity of registering the most important promise of their lives in their willing church or synagogue, according to its liturgy, is plainly discriminatory," they write.
Well, bugger me.
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