Yes, we all know about England’s gun laws. Yes, we all know they are even cracking down on drinking. Yes, we all call them the nanny state and have for years.
But I bet you didn’t know it went this far*:
In England at least, you have limited choices; for a wedding to be legally binding it must be conducted in a licensed building. This effectively gives you three choices: a registry office, another licensed building for a civil wedding service or a religious building registered to carry out marriages (i.e. a church). Further restrictions relate to weddings taking place in churches as it must either be your parish church (effectively your local church) or a church with which you have a â€™special connectionâ€™ and for which you must have a â€™special licenseâ€™. Unlike America, you cannot get married outside although it is possible to have a civil ceremony first and exchange vows again outside.
You can’t even get married outside? That’s nuts!
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“Before you ask, I wasnâ€™t researching locations for anything specific. It was just a click through kind of find and I just started reading.”
I bet Bitter was loading the Glock while you were typing that. LOL!
Gun Control is aptly titled because it is about exactly that: Control. When I taught civics I always told my students that your rights are taken in this manner. Property first, Liberty second, Life third. In the case with England they took all three with one law- Gun Control!
Well Britain, welcome to subjugation!
How could I hold a Glock and type? :)
Oops…..I thought Sebastian was writing that. I guess you have him trained to not be that stupid! LOL!
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