Same-sex marriage is now officially legal in the Republic of Ireland


BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND - JUNE 13: Thousands of people take part in a march and rally calling for legislation for same-sex marriage on June 13, 2015 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The March for Civil Marriage Equality demonstration was organised jointly by Amnesty International, the Irish Congress of Trade Unions and The Rainbow Project. Following the Yes vote in last month's Irish referendum, Northern Ireland is the only part of the UK or Ireland where the right to civil marriage is denied to gay couples. (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images)

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Same-sex couples can now legally get married in the Republic of Ireland.

The law was passed after a referendum in May, which saw the ‘yes’ campaign win by a landslide.

It also made… Read the full story