Gay Couple Wins U.K. Discrimination Suit
BY Advocate.com Editors
January 18 2011 4:00 PM ET
A British gay couple have prevailed in a lawsuit against a Cornwall hotel whose owners denied them a room.
Martyn Hall and Steve Preddy, who have a civil partnership in the U.K., were awarded the equivalent of $2,800 by the court, USA Today reports.
The owners of the Chymorvah Private Hotel had argued that they do not allow unmarried couples to rent rooms, regardless of sexual orientation.
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