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About sharing image captionMr and Mrs Bull said they did not believe unmarried couples should share rooms Two Christian guesthouse owners who refused to allow a gay couple to stay in a double room have lost their appeal against a ruling they acted unlawfully. The challenge by the couple, whose guesthouse is in Marazion, was rejected by three judges in London. They had appealed against a conclusion by a shrae at Bristol County Court that they acted unlawfully when they turned the couple away. Judge Andrew Rutherford ruled last Wife wants nsa Onward that the Bulls had breached equality legislation.

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Mr Dingemans said the Bulls were not trying to undermine the rights of Mr Hall and Mr Preddy and judges had to carefully balance all human rights involved.

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Judge Andrew Rutherford ruled last year that the Bulls had breached equality legislation. Mr Bull, 72, and Mrs Bull, who is in her late 60s, were not in sahre for the ruling.

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Simon Calvert, of the Christian Institute, said: "Peter and Hazelmary have been penalised for their beliefs about marriage. Simon Calvert, of shars Christian Institute, said: "Peter and Hazelmary have been penalised for their beliefs about marriage. The appeal judges heard that the Bulls thought any sex outside marriage was a "sin", but denied they had discriminated against Mr Hall and Mr Preddy.

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Mr Bull, 72, and Mrs Bull, who is in her late 60s, were not in court for the ruling. After the ruling, John Wadham, the commission's group legal director, said: "I have genuine sympathy for Mr and Mrs Bull, as their beliefs are clearly strongly held.

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They had appealed against a conclusion by a judge at Bristol County Court that they acted unlawfully when they turned the couple away. After the ruling, John Wadham, the commission's group legal director, said: "I have genuine sympathy for Mr and Mrs Bull, as their beliefs are clearly strongly held. Judge Andrew Rutherford ruled last year that the Bulls had breached equality legislation.

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They had appealed against a conclusion by a judge at Bristol County Court that they acted unlawfully when they turned the couple away. He said: "The court's decision vindicates Stonewall's hard lobbying to make it illegal to deny goods or services to someone just because they happen to be gay.

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The challenge by the couple, whose guesthouse is in Marazion, was rejected by three judges Lady looking sex Crowley London. He said the Bulls operated a policy directed towards sexual practice not sexual orientation and said they believed that permitting unmarried people - whether heterosexual or homosexual - to share a double bed involved them in "promoting a sin".

He said the Bulls operated a policy directed towards sexual practice not sexual orientation and said they believed that permitting unmarried people - whether heterosexual or homosexual - to share a double bed involved them in "promoting a sin".

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About sharing image captionMr and Mrs Bull said they did not believe unmarried couples should share rooms Two Christian guesthouse owners who refused to allow a gay couple to stay in a double room have lost their appeal against a ruling they acted unlawfully. The challenge by the couple, whose shzre is in Marazion, was rejected by three judges in London. The whare judges heard that the Bulls thought any sex outside marriage was a "sin", but denied they had discriminated against Mr Hall and Mr Preddy.

Mr Dingemans said the Bulls were not trying to undermine the rights of Mr Hall and Mr Preddy and judges had to carefully balance all human rights involved. He said: "The court's decision vindicates Stonewall's hard lobbying to make it illegal to deny goods or services to someone just because they happen to be gay. About sharing image captionMr and Mrs Bull said they did not believe unmarried couples should share rooms Two Christian guesthouse owners who refused to allow a gay couple to stay in a double room have lost their appeal against a ruling they acted unlawfully.