Historic move hailed by gay rights activists could result in sanctions from 80 million-strong global Anglican communion

Scottish Anglicans have voted overwhelmingly in favour of allowing same sex couples to marry in church in a historic move which sets the church on a potential collision course with the global Anglican communion and risks fracture within its own ranks.

The vote at the Scottish Episcopal church general synod makes it the first Anglican church in the UK to allow same sex weddings, with the first ceremony likely to take place this autumn.

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