York Chow said fears that the protection of de facto relationships would lead to same-sex marriage were "far-fetched and very misleading". Photo: May Tse York Chow said fears that the protection of de facto relationships would lead to same-sex marriage were "far-fetched and very misleading". Photo: May Tse
York Chow said fears that the protection of de facto relationships would lead to same-sex marriage were "far-fetched and very misleading". Photo: May Tse

Law Society backs extending anti-discrimination measures to unwed couples

Law Society agrees unmarried people in long-term relationships deserve protection against discrimination, but it can be done without law change

York Chow said fears that the protection of de facto relationships would lead to same-sex marriage were "far-fetched and very misleading". Photo: May Tse York Chow said fears that the protection of de facto relationships would lead to same-sex marriage were "far-fetched and very misleading". Photo: May Tse
York Chow said fears that the protection of de facto relationships would lead to same-sex marriage were "far-fetched and very misleading". Photo: May Tse
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