In a victory for the gay agenda, the Christian owners of a Cornish bed and breakfast lost their appeal against last year's ruling that their policy of restricting double rooms to married couples discriminated against a gay couple.
But, while upholding that ruling, the Court of Appeal warned that a new intolerance should not take root against Christians because of their beliefs about sexual ethics.
The three judges upheld last year's County Court decision which found the policy to be discriminatory on grounds of sexual orientation-- despite the fact that the policy was also applied to unmarried heterosexual couples.
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SOURCE: Charisma News