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Equal Marriage in United Kingdom - carried

2010 Medi 21 12:15 PM

Cyhoeddwyd yn wreiddiol gan UK Liberal Democrats

Conference notes that:

i) At present no two individuals of the same sex may enter into a marriage in the United Kingdom, and that no two individuals of mixed sex may enter into a civil partnership.

ii) Under the terms of the Gender Recognition Act (2004) any individual seeking gender recognition or to change their gender as legally recognised cannot remain in a marriage or civil partnership.