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Latest update : 2013-02-07

Gay marriage to become law on both sides of the Channel

The British Parliament has become the latest country to vote yes to gay marriage. It comes just days after France's National Assembly voted for the main article in a similar law. Yet attitudes on either side of the Channel have been quite different. In France, the ruling Socialists are largely united, while the issue caused a huge split in the British Conservative Party, which rules in coalition with the Liberal Democrats.

By Catherine VIETTE

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