A gay marriage bill passed its final hurdle late last night in the House of Lords. During the debate, Sir Gerald Howarth warned people who do not agree with gay weddings could feel inhibited from expressing their true opinions that marriage can only be between a man and a woman. 'It's going to be very interesting to see what happens to teachers. How many teachers will feel able to express their views for fear of upsetting their political masters and might lose th...
Dan Fennell's Travels
- blog entries
You might think I'm referring to the drama of Ashes cricket - the heroics of Sir Ashton Agar and the heartbreak of Brad Haddin in the first test. What a game! It's not easy being in London after a loss like that. However I'm referring to different ashes and to a real Sir; not to cricket but to a cathedral - Sir Christopher Wren's St Paul's in Trafalgar Square. The masterpiece of Britain's most famous architect, the present church was built between 1675 and 1710, ...