Archived from the original on 19 July The National Archives. Death penalty introduced for MSM activity. Retrieved 29 January Same-sex marriage is legal in nine of the fourteen British Overseas Territories.
Retrieved 29 March Guernsey Isle of Man Jersey. Archived from the original PDF on 4 March They rejected the conversion of their marriage into a civil partnership believing it to be both practically and symbolically a lesser substitute. Gay men barred from donating blood.
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Under the law at that time, registrars were not allowed to legally officiate at a marriage between same-sex couples but the Quakers stated that the law did not preclude them from "playing a central role in the celebration and recording of same-sex marriages" and asked the government to change the law so that these marriages would be recognised.
Retrieved 23 June Wolfenden report released.
Archived from the original on 27 February Archived from the original on 26 March Same sex couples granted equal rights to adopt. Death penalty introduced for MSM activity. In Cheshire for example, around 70 civil partnerships were recorded each year, but in that number was only 4.