(STV) — Scotland has followed England and Wales in changing the law to allow same-sex couples to marry.
The Marriage and Civil Partnership (Scotland) Bill passed its third stage in a free vote at the Scottish Parliament as MSPs voted 105-18 in favour.
The vote means Northern Ireland is now the only country in the UK that does not permit gay people to marry.
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The issue had polarised public opinion between supporters who championed it as a move towards equality and opponents who raised concerns about the impact on religious freedom.