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PM won't say how he'd vote on gay marriage

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Latest Political News | Monday May 14 2012 16:39

PM won't say how he'd vote on gay marriage

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The Prime Minister may not be opposed to gay marriage but he doesn't seem to conclusively support it either.

John Key says he's happy for legislation enabling gay marriage to go before Parliament though he says it's not a priority for his Government.

However while he says he doesn't oppose gay marriage, he won't say how he'd vote for a gay marriage law at its third reading.

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