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Christian B&B Owners Appeal Ruling

Christian B&B Owners Appeal Ruling


The Christian owners of a Cornwall bed and breakfast have decided to appeal a ruling that they unlawfully refused to allow a gay couple to share a room.

Earlier this month, a Bristol County Court ordered Peter and Hazelmary Bull to pay PS1,800 each to Martyn Hall and his civil partner Steven Preddy, who argued that the 2008 incident constituted discrimination. The men were denied a shared room at the Chymorvah Hotel near Penzance owned by the Bulls, who said that their Christian beliefs prevented them from providing a shared room to anyone except married couples.

According to the BBC, the Christian Institute is reportedly funding the appeal, which will be heard later this year.

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