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In a recent survey by TrustLaw, Britain was placed first on the list for the best place in Europe to be LGBT largely due to it’s recognition of civil partnerships for same-sex couples and solid anti-discrimination laws.

The International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) ranked 49 countries on more than 40 categories in its first-ever European survey on the legal rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people (LGBTI).   ILGA-Europe said last year saw “great progress” in European and international legislation on LGBTI rights, particularly in the fields of asylum and protection from violence. But it also noted that, from a legal perspective, no European country can claim full equality for its LGBTI citizens.

The TOP 5 are                   1. Britain  2= Germany  2= Spain  4. Sweden  5. Belgium