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Australia celebrates as millions back gay marriage

MailOnline Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Australia celebrates as millions back gay marriageIn the 'postal survey' in Australia, which is non-binding, 62 per cent of voters who gave their support to reform. It means parliament will vote on legalising gay marriage this year.
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News video: Gay MP Delivers Heartfelt Speech as He Introduces Same-Sex Marriage Bill

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The first gay MP in federal Parliament gave an emotional speech on November 16 as he introduced a bill to allow same-sex marriage in Australia.Smith, a devout Christian and a conservative monarchist, began the debate on Thursday morning to legalise same-sex marriage in Australia, following a day...

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