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A legal challenge over same-sex marriage has come a step closer after two men in Greenwich became the latest couple to be refused permission to marry.
A lesbian couple say they were treated offensively when refused the right to hold a civil marriage at Petersfield Register Office in Hampshire.
Since yesterday morning, the media have been preoccupied with one particular family event. So in case you haven't been able to hear anything else, here is some news from yesterday which you may have missed.
As news of a royal engagement was announced, a gay couple were refused permission to marry after they declined the option of a civil partnership.
A register office has refused a Christian minister permission for a same-sex marriage,
triggering the first steps in legal action over marriage equality.
The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement has given firm backing to a new campaign that plans legal action to secure recognition of same-sex marriage in the UK.
Eight couples are planning to launch a court case against the ban on same-sex marriage. They also want mixed-sex couples to be allowed civil partnerships.
David Cameron has been accused of blocking the way for legal recognition of same-sex marriage, despite support for the proposal from Labour, LibDem and Green leaders.
The Liberal Democrat conference has overwhelmingly backed a resolution calling for marriage equality, irrespective of sexual or gender orientation.
New report from the Pew Research Centre shows more than 50 per cent of Americans support same sex civil unions.