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A Yes vote must surely open the way to surrogacy

Same-sex families will have a right to the deeply compromised practice of surrogacy

9th May, 2015
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The proposal to redefine the nature of marriage as understood in our laws, culture, faith-lives, poetry, and romantic literature for thousands of years is the subject of our vote on May 22.

This understanding of marriage is clear: it is between two people, a man and a woman, and is widely regarded as the cooperative activity of love which allows for the possibility of children.

Recent international experience of a change of definition of marriage, permitting...

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