C4M holds the largest fringe meeting at Tory conference



The Coalition for Marriage yesterday put on the largest fringe meeting of this year's Conservative Party Conference. About a thousand people turned out to hear speakers defend the institution of marriage against its proposed redefinition, supported by the Prime Minister. Even the BBC admitted that
David Cameron could only dream of this sort of fervour when he delivers his big conference speech on Wednesday.
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