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Same-sex couples are more than equal partners in a relationship; they are our equal partners in society. People should be allowed to marry regardless of their sexuality. The institution of marriage can only be strengthened through sexual equality.
- Civil marriages should be extended to homosexual couples.
- Religious institutions should be free to marry homosexual couples.
- With cross-party consensus, both the above should be on Britain’s statute book.
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