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Nothing has changed since the straight civil partnership victory

Last week, the Supreme Court sided with a heterosexual couple who argued that limiting civil partnerships to same-sex couples is discriminatory.

The claimant couple first attempted to enter into a civil partnership at the Chelsea Register Office on 1 October 2014. They were refused, on the grounds that the Civil Partnership Act 2004 defines a civil partnership as 'a relationship between two people of the same sex' and declares two people who 'are not of the same sex' to be ineligible. So they went to court, write Jonathan Neumann.

To read more, go to Spear's Wealth Management magazine. 

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