ITS ABOUT TIME!
Gay couple Peter McGraith (right) and David Cabreza were married at Islington Town Hall (Picture: Getty Images)
Hundreds of people turned out in the early hours of this morning to celebrate Britain’s first same-sex weddings.
The ceremonies became possible after the law to allow gay marriage in England and Wales came into force at midnight.
Couples across the country made their vows and were greeted by scores of well-wishers in a landmark move that, according to human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell, has made Britain ‘a more tolerant, equal place’.
Although civil partnerships already joined couples together legally, the fundamental difference with a marriage is the spoken words that take place at the ceremony, not just the signing of a document.
Peter McGraith (left) and David Cabreza tied the knot in Islington, north London Picture: Getty
Prime minister David Cameron told the Pink News website: ‘This weekend is an important moment…
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