I was pleased to hear that Martyn Hall and his civil partner Steven Preddy have won their case after their experience at a B&B two years ago. For those who haven't followed the case, the two men walked away from a B&B in Southwest England when the Christian owners wouldn't let them have a double room as they were not married, and instead offered a twin. The Judge ruled that they were victims of discrimination and awarded £1800 damages. Interestingly, the owners claimed they were not homophobic as their policy was only married couple could share a double room. The Judge found that as homosexual couples could not marry, and civil partnerships have to be held equal to marriage in all respects, this amounted to discrimination. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-12214368 Personally, I think this is a victory for common sense and equality. Two Christian home owners are free to turn away anyone they wish, but two Christian business owners are not. Hopefully the message given out is this- You have the right to believe what want (however much the majority disagree) but you don't have the right to apply those views in a place of business where that could lead to inequality.