In an extract of his forthcoming book, ‘For The Record’, published in The Times, the former PM called introducing marriage equality in England and Wales one of the moments he is the most proud of. Yes, it was a divisive moment and many of the party members came to literally throw their membership cards into his face when he did it, but Mr. Cameron still has no regrets. Cameron was the Conservative prime minister from 2010 to 2016 – he resigned after the results of the EU referendum, which he had called – having been leader of the Conservatives since 2005. Ahead of the first same-sex weddings in the UK, which took place in March 2014, Cameron said that marriage is a wonderful thing and gays and lesbians deserve to experience it no less than anybody else. “I am proud of the work this government has done and is doing to allow gay and lesbian couples to have their love for each other recognized in this way,” he said.