Christian B&B couple take same-sex bed ban to highest UK court
Two Christian guesthouse owners who prevented a gay couple from staying in one of their double bedrooms, have won the right to take their case to the UK Supreme Court.
Judges have twice ruled Peter and Hazelmary Bull, from Cornwall, broke equality laws in the running of their business.
However, according to ITV News, the Supreme Court, which is the highest court in the land, will now let them make an appeal.
Martin Hall and Steven Preddy, civil partners from Bristol, had successfully sued the socially conservative couple for sexual orientation discrimination.
August 17, 2012