Can I Marry My 3rd Cousin?

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In the UK one can marry their third cousins. A man is however forbidden to marry his daughter, niece, granddaughter, mother, aunt and sister. In the UK, people above the age of sixteen who are not related can get married to each other. Same sex couples register civil partnerships.
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