Experts call for gay sex convictions to be abo바카라사이트lished nationally and are demanding more detailed legislation.

‘A nation divided’

But MPs and campaigners said the ruling on same-sex marriage was not a victory and called for its repeal.

“This decision – with its devastating effects on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people – proves once again that our nation still does not believe in equality and is far natyasastra.comtoo divided in its attitudes towards LGBT issues,” said Labour’s Caroline Flint and the Liberal Democrats’ Caroline Lucas.

The ruling saw the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) overturn the conviction of a woman who had sex with two men while pregnant.

An HSE spokeswoman said: “We have agreed a number of changes to the legal guidance on sexual health and welfare, which are set to take effect from July.

“We will also publish a more comprehensive review of the implementation of sex and relationships l바카라사이트egislation in England and Wales later this year.

“Sex offenders will be banned from buying property – except in very limited circumstances, as we have previously suggested.”

The government has promised to scrap many of its earlier legal proposals on sex and relationships including the use of contraception and abortion.

In March, the Supreme Court ruled that the UK should make it an offence for transgender people to use the bathroom of their choice, while the European Court of Human Rights has ruled that the right to marry gay couples in France was not infringed.