Wednesday, 19 May 2010

Write to Nick Clegg

According to The Telegraph, 'the public will be asked what laws they want ripped up, in far-reaching reforms designed to put back “faith in politics”, the Deputy Prime Minister will say'.

So, let's start with repealing the Abortion Act (1967), the Human Fertilsation and Embryology Act (2008), the Equalities Act (2009) and the Civil Partnership Act (2004), which we all know is the door through which the full legalisation of gay marriage will walk, and go from there, shall we?

I don't know how you email him, but you can write to him, presumably, at Cabinet Office, 70 Whitehall, London SW1A 2AS. I can't find an email for him as yet, but when I do I will let you know.

Another option is:

Nick Clegg
85 Nethergreen Rd
S11 7EH


Ludolphus// said...

You can e-mail No 10 using their website here:

Catholic Mother of a gay son. said...

Civil partnerships are not marriage. They were specifically called civil partnerships to distinguish them from marriage. They provide basic human rights to counter the injustices of long-standing partners being consulted at times of medical need, being made homeless following their partner's death, health and insurance benefits and inheritance rights. It is perfectly acceptable for a catholic to support civil partnerships (as the cathecism implies) whatever the current pope says.

Catholic mother of a gay son. said...

should say 'to be consulted at times of medical need'

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