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Gay divorce up in Britain

By | 2010-08-26T09:00:00-04:00 August 26th, 2010|News|

Dissolution of civil partnerships in England, Scotland and Wales almost doubled in 2009 compared with 2008, The Independent reported Aug. 20. The figure jumped from 180 to 351.
At the same time, the number of people entering same-sex civil partnerships dropped, from 7,169 to 6,281.
Female couplings were less successful in 2009 than male unions. Sixty-three percent of English and Welsh dissolutions and 71 percent of Scottish dissolutions were between women.
More than 40,000 couples have entered civil partnerships since they became legal at the end of 2005. The partnerships include all the rights and obligations of marriage, except use of the word “marriage.”

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