Equal Marriage Northern Ireland 11th May

Stand Up and be Heard. Equal Marriage in Northern Ireland! On Friday 11 May 2018, Conor McGinn - Labour MP for St Helens North private members bill is back in the House of Commons for a second reading. Northern Ireland remains the last place in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland to deny people marriage equality. The Stormont Assembly have voted in favour; the people of Northern Ireland support it; justice demands it – but the Democratic Unionists stop it every time. Please Write to your MP and tell them to attended and vote for this bill Letter template: Click here for Template Find your MP detials: https://www.theyworkforyou.com/  

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