British Prime Minister Supports Churches’ Right To Bless Same-Sex Marriages

The UK is having its own debate over same-sex marriage, and Prime Minister David Cameron has taken a new stand that would be commonplace among U.S. equality supporters. Though he stands by churches’ right not to recognize same-sex marriage, Cameron believes any religious group should be allowed to host a same-sex wedding in their place of worship if they so choose. Opponents claim that any “redefinition of marriage” will force all churches to marry same-sex couples, though the proposed law specifically contains “locks” to prevent that. Watch Cameron defend his position: