British Parliament set to debate marriage rights bill

01/25/2013 | BBC · Guardian (London), The

British Parliament is scheduled to debate a marriage equality bill on Feb. 5. A proposed provision aims to ensure that no religious institutions will be forced to marry same-sex couples. The so-called "quadruple lock" forbids the official Church of England from marrying gays and lesbians unless a specific opt-in procedure is sought.

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