EQUALITY: Charles Keidan (left) and Rebecca Steinfeld
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by Amit Roy AMONG Indians and Pakistanis and British Asians generally, cou­ples still tend to get married rather than live together – in what was once known as “living in sin”. That old order changed once same-sex couples got the right to enter into “civil partnerships”. But the Civil Partnership Act 2004 did not apply to heterosexual couples, which is why Rebecca Steinfeld, 37, and Charles Keidan, 41, who have been living together in London for many years and have two young daughters, have fought a long battle to change the law. The supreme court ruled in their favour last…