LONDON -- UK Prime Minister David Cameron is facing the biggest Conservative rebellion if he plans to introduce gay marriage.
Nearly 40%, 118 Tory members of parliament out of 303, have said they will vote or are uneasy about the government plans to bring in marriage equality by 2015, according to The Daily Mail.
The report comes after there were claims the government would fast-track the bill and have a vote by January. It was alleged Cameron wanted to "get it done and get it done quickly."
When there is a free vote in the House of Commons, MPs will be able to go against the PM's decision without facing disciplinary action.
However ministers are under huge pressure to back the bill in hopes it will stop the Conservatives being seen as an anti-gay rights political party.
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