“Gay marriage is all about love. The love of same-sex couples is just as real, strong and committed as that of married heterosexual men and women. Prohibiting same-sex marriage devalues and denigrates the love of lesbian and gay partners. It signifies our continuing second class legal status; to have separate laws for gay and straight people is a form of sexual apartheid.
Public support for gay marriage is double the support secured by the Tories in last week’s local elections. If Cameron wants to win back lost votes, he should fast-track legislation for equal marriage rights.”
“Give them a playground, let them make mistakes, and give them time: they’ll generate glorious failures and unprecedented moneyspinners. British ones. Which Cameron can proudly display on his shelf. If there’s room between Armageddon and his 26 copies of The King’s Speech.”
— Charlie Brooker on Cameron’s advice for saving the British film industry
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Political figures’ favourite works from the Government Art Collection