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News: UK

Wed 10 Jul, 2013
By Robert Ingham


she couldn't let (them) share a room because it was against her religious beliefs

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A gay couple from Cambridgeshire who were refused a room at a B&B say it was right to make a stand against discrimination.

The bed and breakfast owner has lost her appeal against a ruling that she unlawfully discriminated against the gay couple when she refused to let them stay in a double room.

Susanne Wilkinson from Berkshire claims she couldn't let Michael Black and his partner John Morgan from Brampton share a room because it was against her religious beliefs.

Judges at the Court of Appeal dismissed Mrs Wilkinson's challenge but said she could appeal to the Supreme Court.



Source: ITV News

 

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