UK minister asks foreign governments to clarify rights of gay people – The Guardian

Posted March 5th, 2015 in civil partnerships, foreign jurisdictions, homosexuality, marriage, news by tracey

‘The government has written to the authorities in more than 70 countries and foreign jurisdictions in an attempt to clarify the rights of gay people who are working or travelling abroad. The equalities minister, Jo Swinson, has asked national and regional governments including Australia, Chile, Israel, South Africa and all 50 US states to confirm whether they recognise British civil partnerships and marriages between same-sex couples, and what rights gay people can expect when they travel.’

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The Guardian, 5th March 2015