British government to approve church services for same-sex unions
February 15, 2011
The British government will propose an end to the current ban on religious ceremonies to formalize same-sex partnerships.
A new policy proposal would authorize churches to solemnize gay "marriages." But government leaders say that no church would be required to offer such ceremonies. The Church of England has indicated that it will not allow gay partnership ceremonies in Anglican churches.
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