Lee v Ashers Baking Company Ltd & Ors (Northern Ireland) [2018] UKSC 49

Bakers could refuse to bake cake in support of gay marriage

In this case the Supreme Court overturned Court of Appeal (Northern Ireland) decision that found that a bakery had unlawfully discriminated against a customer on the ground of sexual orientation and religious and political belief when it refused to bake a cake inscribed with support for gay marriage, which the owners of the bakery opposed on religious grounds.

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