The bill will move onto the House of Lords, where it is expected to face opposition.Several Tory MPs spoke out against the bill, which has caused tensions within the party. The Labour and Liberal Democrat leaderships backed the bill.British Prime Minister David Cameron hopes the bill will soon be enacted into law, with the first marriage ceremonies taking place by next summer.Cameron is eager to force the bill’s passage, in attempts to display his party’s liberal and progressive side, particularly following spending cuts and a lurch to the right on immigration policy, which a number of parties are pursuing following a recent surge in the UK Independence Party’s popularity.DETAILS TO FOLLOW. …
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President Barack Obama has extended his sympathy to the people of Oklahoma, in particular the suburb of Moore which was devastated by Monday’s tornado.
In an special address from the White House he urged everyone to pull together and vowed continued support for the shattered community.
“Our prayers our with the people of Oklahoma today, our gratitude is with the teachers who gave their role to shield their children, with the neighbours, first responders, and emergency personnel who raised to help as soon the tornado passed and with all of those who as darkness fell searched for survivors through the night.
The people of Moore should know that their country will remain on the ground, beside them, for as long as it takes.”
Much of the help from Washington will come with the release of Federal aid to supplement state and local recovery efforts.
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Two suspects have been killed during an anti-terror raid near Moscow. According to Russian authorities, gunfire erupted when officers surrounded a house in Orekhovo Zuyevo.
Officials said they were targeting a group which was planning to carry out an attack in the capital.
“We saw people in camouflage near a two-storey building. There were snipers on garages opposite. All transport was stopped and police blocked the approaches to the house,” said one witness.
A third person was held during Monday’s operation.
All of the suspects were said to be Russian citizens. It is claimed they had taken part in training in the region of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
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