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Former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Carey, has spoken of his unwavering support for marriage at the launch of new campaign group, Coalition for Marriage -- There is an online petition the public can sign, to support the current definition of marriage as being between one man and one woman -- David Burrows MP has revealed he received a death threat and hate mail after speaking out in support of traditional marriage -- Former Tory MP, Matthew Parris, has suggested that the word 'marriage' should be completely removed from legal language -- Christopher Biggins told ITV daytime show 'Loose Women', that he thought that 'marriage' should be reserved for a man and a woman -- Local Government Minister, Eric Pickles, has written to every local council in England, telling them that new laws 'restore' their power to hold prayers at official meetings -- Women are being granted abortions after telling doctors their baby is the 'wrong sex' -- And a former world boxing champion has spoken on TV about his faith in God.
A petition containing half a million signatures, calling for the traditional definition of marriage to remain unchanged, has been handed in to 10 Downing Street -- The Church of England has told the government that if same sex marriage is legalised, it could trigger a constitutional crisis and end the 500-year link between church and state -- The British Medical Journal is calling on Doctors' organisations to stop opposing assisted suicide -- A law intended to protect citizens from harassment is curbing free speech, and needs to be changed says Guardian columnist Timothy Garton Ash -- A former editor of lads-mag 'Loaded' has spoken of his shame for defending the publication which he now believes encouraged young men to access hard core pornography -- And West Indian cricket hero Tino Best has given thanks to Jesus following his historic record breaking innings at last weeks test match.
"Burn Notice" will premiere with a 90 minute episode on Thursday, June 28th at 10pm/9c and will be followed by 11 one-hour episodes.
When spies get fired, they don't get a letter from human resources, they get a "burn notice." Thus begins a new action & suspense original series from USA Network. "Burn Notice" stars Jeffrey Donovan ("Touching Evil," "Hitch") as Michael Westen, a spy who has been given a burn notice -- he's been fired from his job and has to investigate who did it to him and why. Series also stars Gabrielle Anwar ("The Tudors," "Scent of A Woman") as ex-lover and IRA spy Fiona, Bruce Campbell ("Evil Dead," Army of Darkness") as Michael's only friend and former spy himself, Sam, and Sharon Gless ("Queer as Folk," "Cagney & Lacey") as Madeline, Michael's hypochondriac mother.