A Danish newspaper editor said he would refuse to include any news about the country’s recently-implemented equal marriage laws.
The laws allowing gay couples in Denmark an equal right to marry in state churches came into force last week.
But a newspaper editor in northern Jutland refused to include stories about the new law, which he disagrees with on principle, tv2nord.dk reports. Preben Eskildsen is the editor and owner of the Jutland newspaper Vesthimmerlands Folkeblad, which has a circulation of 10,000.
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