- On 5 December 2005 civil patnerships became legal in the UK.
- Civil petrnership services are formal ceremonies for same - sex couples in which they make promises to each other and which gives them the same legal status as married hetetrosexual couples.
- Civil partnership ceremonies, by law, do not have any religious content to them.
- The roman catholic church and chruch of englan are opposed to civil patnerships because they teach that marriage is the proper place for sexual activity to occur and that one of the main purposes of sex should be to create a new…
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