Sexual orientation discrimination: Christian B&B owners' refusal of double-bedded room for civil partners not justified
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Bull and another v Hall and another  UKSC 73 SC (1 other report)
Bull and another v Hall and another  UKSC 73 SC
sexual orientation discrimination | direct discrimination | indirect discrimination | justification
The Supreme Court has held that the owners of a bed and breakfast, whose religious beliefs include that sexual relations outside heterosexual marriage are sinful, could not justify their refusal to give civil partners a room with a double bed, in this important discrimination case on the conflict between sexual orientation laws and the right to manifest religious beliefs.