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British Couple Who Turned Away Gay Couple at Their B&B Lose Supreme Court Appeal

The Christian owners of a guesthouse who were ordered to pay damages for turning away a gay couple have lost their UK Supreme Court fight.

Hazelmary and Peter Bull refused to let civil partners Steven Preddy and Martyn Hall stay in a double room at Chymorvah House in Marazion in Cornwall in 2008.

Source: BBC. Read full article. (link)

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  • sloopyinca||

    In defense of the Supreme Court, it would have been a crime to have seen their british smiles had they been successful.

  • ||

    "Some might suggest that, rather than pursuing this case, a far more Christian thing to do would be to fight the evils of poverty and disease worldwide."

    Who launched the case?

  • Killaz||

    The miserable lot need to feel good about something as they have so little to feel good about; hence, warm, fuzzy feelings are in short demand there.

  • Killaz||

    Or, supply, take your pick.