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Christian B and B Owners Appeal British Court’s Decision

January 27, 2011

 

Peter and Hazelmary Bull

 

The Christian owners of a bed and breakfast in Cornwall, EN have appealed the Bristol County Court’s decision ordering them to pay Martyn Hall and his partner Steven Preddy 1800 pounds each.  The judgement was awarded because they refused to allow the couple to share the same room in their Christian Bed and Breakfast.  English law protec

ts LGBT from discrimination. 

The BBC reports that the owner’s appeal is being financed by the Christian Institute. The Bull’s have already spent over 45,000 pounds defending their case.  The appeal will be heard by the court later this year.

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