The coronation oath to uphold the doctrine of the Church of England;
The doctrine of the Church of England that marriage is of its very nature a union between persons of opposite sex;
The constitutional position of the monarch as the Supreme Governor (and therefore a true mouthpiece) of the Church of England; and
The character of the British monarchy as constitutional (and therefore required to assent to parliamentary legislation).
With these realities in view, the implications of:
a. Support in a Queen's Speech in parliament for a proposed Law for same sex marriage, or
b. Assent to a parliamentary bill for same sex mattiage;
c. Refusal to Assent to a parliamentary bill;
d. The effect upon the Church of England of support for or Assent to a parliamentary bill for same sex marriage in imperilling (1) the Church's teaching ability and (2) the Church's communion relationships.