When asked whether he was in favour of same-sex marriage, which has been legal in the United Kingdom since 2014, Rees-Mogg said: "I'm a Catholic, I take the teaching of the Catholic church seriously. Life begins at the point of conception".
The MP said the "law is not going to change" but, when Piers asked for his "personal opinion", he said: "My personal opinion is that life begins at the point of conception and abortion is morally indefensible".
He added: 'I fully support Mrs May; I want her to remain leader of the Tory party'.
"I don't want to criticise people who lead lives that are different to mine, but equally I don't want to divert from the historic teaching of the Catholic Church".
"Jacob Rees-Mogg coming out something which would fit very very well in Pakistan, where if your daughter is raped, you are allowed to forgive the rapist and if you forgive the rapist then the daughter has no recourse to the law".
'Marriage is a sacrament and the view of what marriage is, is taken by the Church, not Parliament.
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) said Mr Rees-Mogg's were "wildly at odds" with public opinion.
Their head of policy research Katherine O'Brien said: "We are a pro-choice country, we have a pro-choice Parliament".
Brexit Secretary David Davis was supported by 15% of those who voted, but 19% ticked the "other" box in the 1,309-strong vote.
Mr Rees-Mogg was second favourite in the survey last month.
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