Bull & Bull v Hall & Preddy - religious beliefs did not justify sexual orientation discrimination

The on-going conflict between respect for sexual orientation and respect for religious beliefs: hoteliers were not entitled, on the grounds of their religious beliefs, to refuse to accommodate a same sex couple.

This is not an employment law case, but important to employment lawyers nonetheless - it is the Court of Appeal's judgment in the well-publicised matter where two men in a Civil Partnership were turned away from a Cornwall hotel run by a devoutly Christian couple on the grounds of their sexuality. 

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