MP's who opposed the bill are -
- 133 Tory MP's
- 15 Labour MPs
- 4 Lib Dems MP's
- 8 Democratic Unionists and
- 1 Independent MP
Section 28 was not repealed until 2000 in Scotland and 2003 in England and Wales
The Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill now goes before the House of Lords.It goes to the House of Lords on Wednesday May 22,2013, where it is expected to generate further heated discussion.
David Cameron hopes it will become law soon, with the first ceremonies taking place by next summer.
The bill, if passed, will allow same-sex couples, who can currently hold civil ceremonies, to marry.