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14:35 | 13th December 2017

News: UK

Mon 23 Aug, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


Activists in the March for Marriage protested against the Civil Partnership Bill, which they claims treats them as second class citizens and does not recognise same sex families

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Thousands of campaigners have marched through the streets of Dublin to demand same sex couples have full civil marriage rights.

Activists in the March for Marriage protested against the Civil Partnership Bill, which they claims treats them as second class citizens and does not recognise same sex families.

The legislation, which was signed into law last month, gives same sex couples legal recognition.

 

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