Northern Ireland is currently the last country in the United Kingdom not to have legalized equal marriage yet. The good news is that business leaders have decided to push.
Will this time be the right one? This is the question we are asking ourselves following the introduction of a marriage equality bill in Northern Ireland.
A further defeat occurred in Northern Ireland in the battle to get legalization of equal marriage. Irish High Court rejected two cases that challenged the prohibition of marriage for same-sex couples.
A sixth attempt to legalize marriage equality in Northern Ireland is being prepared by the Sinn Fein party.
A new report published by Amnesty International reveals that 68% of people in Northern Ireland support the equal marriage.
This weekend, on the occasion of May Day, dozens of demonstrators gathered and marched through the streets of Belfast in Northern Ireland to push the legalization of marriage equality.
Sinn Féin, the republican political party in Northern Ireland, said it would continue the battle to legalize equal marriage and it would do everything to make it a priority in the country.
We saw several months ago that two same-sex couples were trying to launch a legal challenge to repeal the marriage equality ban in Northern Ireland. Good news! They come to the right to do so!
Well, this is not going very well in Northern Ireland. Remember, a few months ago Ireland approved marriage equality by referendum, but Northern Ireland remained the only country in the UK not to have legalized same-sex marriage because the two countries don't have the same laws, contrary to what one might think.
Labor Member of Parliament Ivan Lewis will require a public vote on the equal marriage.