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‘I don’t care’: Wilsons parents sue local council for denying their daughter the right to marry



The parents of a Wilson family have filed a lawsuit against the local council in Kent, accusing it of discriminating against them and denying their daughters the right of marriage.

The lawsuit, filed in the county court in Swansea, accuses the Swansea City Council of discriminating on the basis of sex.

The parents have sought a court order to allow the two young people to marry.

A marriage is not recognised in Wales under the Marriage Act. “

The council are committed to the equal treatment of all residents of Swansea and we will continue to work with the family to ensure that this case is dealt with fairly and in a manner that is in the best interests of the community.”

A marriage is not recognised in Wales under the Marriage Act.

“This is a very sensitive and sensitive case and we have asked the family for a time to reflect on it. “

“While we are disappointed with the outcome of the case, we remain committed to working with the community and their wishes to respect and ensure the rights of all citizens. “

“I have already spoken to the council and will continue with this process in the future. “

“A full legal review of this matter is being conducted and the full details of the family’s complaint are expected to be made available in due course.” “

The suit says the council has discriminated against the parents because they are married and have a “living, working partner” who they say they have never met. “

A full legal review of this matter is being conducted and the full details of the family’s complaint are expected to be made available in due course.”

The suit says the council has discriminated against the parents because they are married and have a “living, working partner” who they say they have never met.

It alleges that: The couple, who are from the same village, were unable to obtain a marriage licence and were unable even to obtain their own marriage certificate, the suit says.

The council refused to renew their marriage licence, citing the lack of information.

The couple are currently separated.

It also alleges that the council failed to issue a marriage certificate to one of the couple’s children who was born in 2008.

The suit, which was filed in November, says: “The couple’s daughter has a partner who is also married.

“When the girl’s mother married the father, he did not obtain a license for the girl to marry the father. “

“In order to provide for the children, the father’s partner is married to a partner, but the partner’s mother is not married to the father and is a living, working, partner. “

“As a result, the child has no partner and cannot marry the partner who was married to her father.” “

The couple say they were given two options to get married in 2014. “

As a result, the child has no partner and cannot marry the partner who was married to her father.”

The couple say they were given two options to get married in 2014.

They were given the option to obtain one or two marriage certificates, or obtain a certificate from the council which would have allowed them to marry their partner.

The Swansea Council says the couple have not received a formal application for a marriage license.

A spokesperson for the council said: We are pleased that the couple has come forward with this matter and are looking forward to working closely with them in the next few weeks.

“However, there is a delay before we can issue a licence for this purpose, so the matter will not be brought before the court until next month.”

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