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Researchers urge govt to allow religious vows and rituals in civil ceremony

Date:12 FEB 2019
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Dr Stephanie Pywell, from the Open University Law School, and Professor Rebecca Probert, from the University of Exeter Law School, write that couples marrying in civil ceremonies should be allowed to have religious vows, rituals, readings, and music as part of their ceremony.

The study is the first investigation into the words and rituals that are requested by couples and permitted or vetoed by registrars. 

Read the full article here.