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22:28 | 25th June 2017

News: UK

Mon 14 Feb, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


In government, the Green Party introduced the civil partnerships legislation, which goes a long way to ensuring better rights for same-sex couples

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The Green party has vowed that if they were to return to government than they would introduce gay marriage.

The long supporter of equal rights party has reveled that as part of their campaign they would push for a change in law to allow same-sex marriage after first introducing civil partnerships in the past.

According to the UKPA Ciaran Cuffe said: "In government, the Green Party introduced the civil partnerships legislation, which goes a long way to ensuring better rights for same-sex couples," he said.

 

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