Saturday, August 1, 2020
Same-sex religious marriages can take place in Northern Ireland from September, it has been announced.
The Northern Ireland Office has confirmed regulations were laid in Westminster on Thursday.
There are, however, exemptions and protections for religious bodies which do not wish to conduct same-sex marriages.
Same-sex marriage has been legally recognised in Northern Ireland since January.
That did not extend to ceremonies in churches, or to religious bodies.
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