Secondary equal marriage legislation passes House of Commons
The secondary legislation needed for same-sex marriages to commence in England and Wales passed the House of Commons on Wednesday evening.
The passage of six regulations paves the way for the first same-sex marriages to commence as planned on Saturday 29 March.
Provisions include regulations governing the registration of same-sex marriages in shared religious premises and marriages conducted overseas.
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