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British leader also says she understands why LGBT+ community is worried about DUP deal.
The High Court in Belfast has today rejected a claim brought by a same-sex couple who got married in England and wanted to have their marriage legally recognised in Northern Ireland, and by two other couples who wished to challenge the failure of the Northern Ireland Assembly to legalise same-sex marriages.
Last year there were 1,056 same-sex marriages in the Republic of Ireland, 606 of these were male unions and were 450 female.
The Cabinet has agreed to hold a number of referendums in 2015, including one on the issue of same-sex marriage.
A marriage counselling service could be forced to close unless it accepts same-sex spouses.
Enda Kenny pleads on live TV before Ireland becomes only country in the world where electorate will vote over same-sex marriage.
They are a family of four living abroad due to U.S immigration laws and costs. One of them is a U.S citizen Mary and her fiancée Lorraine is an Irish citizen.
Five months after the widely celebrated referendum, marriage equality has become a reality for same-sex couples in Ireland. The Presidential Commission, in place of President Michael D Higgins who currently visiting the US, signed the Marriage Act 2015 into law Thursday, 29 October 2015.
Same-sex marriage has the backing of three out of four Irish people, a survey has revealed.
Ahead of the anticipated Civil Marriage Equality Referendum in spring 2015, BeLonG To – Ireland’s national LGBT Youth Organisation – today launches an online campaign encouraging all young adults – from 18-25 - to register to vote as part of the YES EQUALITY voter registration drive.
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