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After changes to the law allowing same-sex marriage in England, Scotland and Wales, Northern Ireland is now the only place in the UK where gay couples are barred by law from getting wed... The latest court challenge may be the first in a series of cases necessary to ensure that gay people in every part of the UK have an equal right to marry the person they love.
The first British clergyman to enter a gay marriage has been blocked by the Church of England from taking up a new post. Canon
Happy birthday Norman! The first gay weddings in Britain are due to take place on the same day as Lord Tebbit's birthday
After MPs and peers approved gay marriage earlier this year it seems entirely appropriate that parliament should play host
Commons Speaker John Bercow presented a posthumous award to Second World War codebreaker Alan Turing on Tuesday evening - amid
Desmond Tutu has said he would rather go to hell than worship a homophobic god. The retired archbishop was speaking at the
Gay marriage is now legal in England and Wales after the government's Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill was granted Royal
Tory MPs have tabled a series of Bills that would, among other things, ban the burka, privatise the BBC, bring back the death
Children brought up by gay couples are healthier and get along better with their families, according to the initial findings
The House of Lords has crushed an attempt to kill off the gay marriage Bill by 390 votes to 148 - a majority of 242 in favour