Irish equal marriage could be settled in the UK Parliament
The Secretary of State for Northern Ireland has signalled that equal marriage could be settled in the UK Parliament – after the collapse of power-sharing talks.
Northern Ireland is the only part of the UK without equal marriage, due to opposition from the Democratic Unionist Party. The issue has been blocked by the DUP in the Northern Ireland Assembly for years – but following the collapse of power-sharing in the region, LGBT activists have called on UK Prime Minister Theresa May to intervene. read More