(Christian Institute) — The High Court in Belfast has dismissed two cases which sought to have same-sex marriage introduced to Northern Ireland.
In one case, an anonymous man known as applicant X, who entered into a homosexual “marriage” three years ago, sought a declaration that the union is valid under NI law.
In the other, two couples who are in civil partnerships also challenged the law, claiming that they are entitled to get married in Northern Ireland.
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