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A Westminster bill calling for same sex marriage in Northern Ireland has passed its first parliamentary stage.
Bermuda’s parliament on December 13, 2017, overturned marriage equality which was achieved through a Bermuda court ruling in May.
The first same-sex Anglican wedding in a church in the UK took place earlier this month.
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.
British leader also says she understands why LGBT+ community is worried about DUP deal.
Same-sex marriage campaigners gathered in their thousands in Belfast on Saturday to demand change from Stormont politicians.
Marriage equality campaigners have predicted victory in Northern Ireland as they called for action from the country's deadlocked politicians.
The Scottish government has published a written request from DUP leader Arlene Foster asking that it restrict gay couples from Northern Ireland converting their civil partnerships to same-sex marriages in Scotland.
Gay couples in Glasgow could now be married in a church after a historic vote by the Scottish Episcopal Church today.
The YesEquality Northern Ireland Marriage Equality campaign will launch a large scale Social Media Campaign Action today (Wednesday 1st March 2017).
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