Can PM David Cameron Give England’s Gays Full Civil Marriage By 2016?

UK Prime Minister David Cameron is pulling a Governor Cuomo in the halls of Parliament by “personally intervening” to make sure that the government allows gay couples full civil marriage (instead of just civil unions) within the lifetime of his parliament. That means he has just over four years left to do it. The law would only affect England and Wales as the Scottish Parliament has already started discussing its own marriage equality legislation and Northern Ireland won’t likely take up the issue for years seeing as they’re mighty Catholic Protestant.

Cameron is reported to be “emphatically in favour” of marriage equality (with a U in favour because he’s a Brit).