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The government has announced that it will make life easier for couples wanting to get married by freeing up more 'dream venues' - as separated couples face record waits to get divorced.

Prime minister Theresa May and lord chancellor David Gauke have asked the Law Commission to review the laws on how and where wedding ceremonies can take place. The two-year project will explore how red tape can be removed to increase choice and lower costs. The government says the review, announced on Saturday, could open up opportunities for civil ceremonies at sea, in private homes or on military sites for service personnel.

Full Story: Law Gazette

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