The first same-sex weddings have taken place after gay marriage became legal in England and Wales at midnight on Friday. Politicians from the main parties have hailed the change in the law. David Cameron said the move sent a message that people were now equal "whether gay or straight", but some religious groups remain opposed. Read more >>
The cartoon by Morten Morland from The Times shows a gay couple driving away from their wedding in their car. Confetti fills the air and someone has tied tin cans to the back of the newlyweds' car - a custom which supposedly recalls the ancient tradition of making a loud noise to frighten away evil spirits. However, the usual 'JUST MARRIED' sign on the back of the car reads 'JUSTLY MARRIED'.
The cartoonist plays on the words 'just' and 'justly'. 'Just married' means that the couple has just got married, whereas 'justly married' means that they have been married "according to what is morally right or fair" - a reference to the change in the law.