News archive: June 2018

  • Posted on June 28, 2018
    A landmark ruling in the Supreme Court says that Parliament should change the law to allow heterosexual couples to enter into a civil partnership – a ceremony previously reserved for same-sex couples. The decision comes after long-term couple Rebecca Steinfield and Charles Keidan argued that they were unlawfully discriminated against as same-sex couples could choose between a civil partnership and a marriage, whilst they could only opt for a marriage.
    Posted in: Family Law

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