English hotel loses legal case for refusing gay couple
January 19, 2011
In England, a homosexual couple has won a £3,600 legal judgment from hotel owners who refused to accommodate them.
Peter and Hazelmary Bull, the Christian proprietors of the Chymorvah Hotel, had a policy against allowing same-sex couples to share a bed. A Bristol County court ruled that the policy reflected discrimination based on sexual orientation, and was thus unlawful.
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