So argues MP Adam Afriyie. From Pink News (Britain): "Conservative MP Adam Afriyie, who has recently been seen by some as a future successor to [Prime Minister] David Cameron, has explained why he voted against the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill. The Windsor MP was among 136 Tory MPs to oppose the bill on Tuesday night – amounting to almost half of the party’s MPs."
More: "In a statement Mr Afriyie said: 'I voted against the bill because it is not truly equal. I would like to see a single form of state recognition for all couples, but the bill unnecessarily creates two forms of legally recognised union.' He added: 'My two main concerns now are that, first, the church and other religious organisations are not coerced through the threat of litigation. And second, that those who wish to form same-sex civil partnerships are treated equally under the law."