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A judge has awarded £500,000 in damages to a man who was denied his right to marry his partner of more than 20 years.
John Gillingham was told that the law had breached his human rights by failing to protect his privacy.
Lawyers for the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission said he was discriminated against because of his gender.
But in a speech at Belfast Town Hall on Saturday, Justice Elizabeth Capper criticised the appeal.
Mr Gillingham was arrested and detained at a police station in 1994.
The woman he was with in the relationship was arrested as well and charged with public order offences, but was later released after her legal team was told a conviction would be highly unlikely.
The couple had been together for 19 years and had four children.
They told the BBC they were satisfied with the decision.
“It’s very clear that our relationship should be recognised as being in the public interest as a result of the laws they were being forced to obey and the decision not to appeal,” Mr Gillingham’s wife, Fiona, said.
“The judge said that we had established that the law was unjust and unlawful as a result of the discriminatory practices we had experienced,” she added.
Image copyright AP Image caption John Gillingham, left, was released from jail after his partner was denied her right to marry him
The judge said Mr Gillingham was a highly educated man, was in a respected position in the community, had “good personal habits”, and could not reasonably
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