Disagreement is continuing over planned British laws to outlaw anti-gay discrimination by churches and other service providers, with reports the cabinet of prime minister Tony Blair is divided on the issue.Under the law, companies could not refuse to employ people because of their sexuality, and could not refuse to serve gays and lesbians, 365Gay.com reported.Some members of the Blair cabinet are reportedly pushing for churches to be exempted from the planned legislation.The alleged opposition from government ministers comes two weeks after Christian groups asked the Queen to intervene and stop the law. They claimed the law would make them support homosexuality despite their beliefs.

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