Tag: Civil Partnerships
Brazil endorses first three-way ‘marriage’
Details of a highly controversial civil union emerged this week from Brazil, where two women and a man had pledged themselves to one another. Is there really room in a marriage for three?
No gay unions here, says Church of England
In the UK, same-sex civil partnerships can now be held in places of worship for the first time – but the Church of England isn’t playing ball. What does the future hold for gay marriage?
Beatle McCartney backs marriage (again)
Tying, untying and then retying the knot all over again has become commonplace for showbusiness stars. What's the enduring appeal of marriage, to make them do it again and again?
Two weddings but a funeral for marriage?
New statistics show marriage rates in steady decline. The latest figures are the lowest since records began over 100 years ago. Should we be worried?