22nd August 2014
US: Oregon attorneys to receive legal fees following gay marriage ruling
5:08 PM — Attorneys who fought for same-sex marriage in the US state of Oregon, will receive legal fees and court costs back after a ruling to allow gay and lesbian couples to marry.
US: Colorado extends length of same-sex marriage ban stay
4:48 PM — A Colorado federal appeals court extended the length of a stay put in place after the state's same-sex marriage ban was ruled unconstitutional.
US: Nashville Mayor endorses same-sex marriage 4
4:02 PM — The Mayor of Nashville has announced his support for same-sex marriage.
Is this Russia’s first same-sex marriage? 6
11:28 AM — Authorities were legally unable to prevent the two brides from marrying - because one is legally male.
21st August 2014
US: Federal judge rules Florida’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional
9:33 PM — A federal judge has today declared Florida's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional.
US: Indiana appeals order to recognise out-of-state same-sex marriages 2
4:40 PM — The US state of Indiana is appealing yesterday's ruling that the state must recognise out-of-state same-sex marriages.
US: Hundreds of gay Michigan couples seek recognition of their marriages
4:09 PM — Same-sex couples in the US state of Michigan have sought a court order forcing the state to recognise their marriages.
UK: Over 1,400 same-sex weddings have taken place so far in England and Wales 28
10:45 AM — The Office of National Statistics (ONS) has today revealed the number of same-sex marriages which took place in the first three months since the law changed.
20th August 2014
US: Supreme Court stays same-sex marriages in Virginia 9
10:11 PM — The Supreme Court has issued an order to stop same-sex marriages in Virginia, which were planned to start Thursday morning.
US: Indiana must recognise out-of-state same-sex marriages
7:50 PM — A federal judge has ruled Indiana must recognise same-sex marriages performed in other states.
Luxembourg PM: I am engaged and will marry same-sex partner ‘soon’ 6
6:10 PM — Luxembourg's out Prime Minister has revealed that he will marry his partner 'soon', after his country passed a same-sex marriage law.
US: Couples reject Utah request for more time to appeal against same-sex marriage
5:24 PM — Couples in the US state of Utah have expressed opposition to the state's request to have more time to file its appeal.
David Cameron: I want more gay couples to adopt children 6
5:11 PM — The Prime Minister has said “prejudice” should not stop gay couples getting in the way of adopting children.
US: Virginia officials prepare for same-sex marriages to begin 3
4:22 PM — Officials in the US state of Virginia are preparing for same-sex marriages to begin on Thursday, as long as the US Supreme Court does not intervene.
Telegraph columnist: Protect registrars who refuse to marry gay couples 67
4:10 PM — The former editor of The Catholic Herald has suggested the state should protect Christian registrars who refuse to marry gay couples.
19th August 2014
Ireland: NUJ backs radio presenter rebuked for supporting same-sex marriage 20
6:12 PM — The National Union of Journalists has condemned the Irish broadcast regulator, for ruling that a radio host was "unbalanced" in his support for same-sex marriage.
18th August 2014
US: Couples ask Arkansas court not to delay same-sex marriages from taking place
7:30 PM — Gay and lesbian couples in the US state of Arkansas have asked for the state Supreme Court not to delay same-sex couples from marrying until the US Supreme Court rules on proceedings.
Irish poll: 86% approve of gay and lesbian couples 6
2:07 PM — A poll in Ireland has found that 86% of people approve of same-sex relationships.
New Zealand: 926 same-sex couples marry in first year 5
1:43 PM — Nearly 1000 same-sex couples have married in New Zealand since same-sex marriage came into effect a year ago.
Family Research Council: Judges should be abolished if they keep ruling in favour of equal marriage 21
12:27 PM — The Family Research Council has called for the abolition of the judiciary, because 'unelected judges' keep ruling in favour of same-sex marriage.