Australia's prime minister has long supported same-sex marriage, but does he possess the influence - or the will - to make it happen? The BBC's Greg Dunlop investigates. When Malcolm Turnbull ascended to power in 2015, many Australians hoped the new prime minister would take action to legalise same-sex marriage. A year to the day later, he introduced a parliamentary proposal for a national vote. The bill was ultimately doomed to fail.
November 29 / BBC News