Article 41 of our constitution talks about marriage “on which the family is founded.” By voting No in the marriage referendum on May 22, you’ll be voting to maintain a definition of marriage that puts children and their right to a mother and father at the centre of our constitution, and recognises the unique and irreplaceable love of mums and dads. Read more
is a group set up to say exactly that, ‘mothers and fathers matter’. We believe that the Government’s new Children and Family Relationships Bill is unjust because it says mothers and fathers don’t matter to children. Mothers and Fathers Matter also favours retaining the present definition of marriage because this is in the best interests of children. Mothers and Fathers Matter Matter favours retaining the present definition of marriage in the Constitution. Therefore we support a No vote in the referendum on May 22.