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News: UK

Mon 17 May, 2010
By Danielle Carter


Mr Wilkinson declined to comment on the effect the legal action will have on the family-run business.

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Christian B&B owners are facing legal action following their refusal of a gay couple in March.

Mike and Susanne Wilkinson turned away Michael Black and John Morgan, from Cambridgeshire, from their Swiss bed and breakfast in Terry's Lane, Cookham.

On Friday, civil liberties organisation Liberty announced it will be acting for Mr Black and Mr Morgan in bringing a civil case.

If they win the case any compensation received will be donated to Oxfam.



Mr Wilkinson declined to comment on the effect the legal action will have on the family-run business.

"This is now a legal matter," he said. "It is not wise for us to comment at this time."

 

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