We welcome the Court of Appeal's judgment that a decision not to run the Core Issues Trust's advertisement was justified.
The advertisement breached our advertising policy and caused widespread offence to the public. This was borne out by the hugely negative public reaction the advertisement generated, including on social media and newspaper websites.
We shall be pleased to comply with any requirements the Court may have for the supply of further evidence
It is not possible to reach a conclusion on the question whether TfL's decision not to allow the Trust's advertisement was unlawful on the grounds that it was instructed by the mayor or made for an improper purpose.
I would, therefore, remit the case for the judge (Mrs Justice Lang) to reconsider this question in the light of fresh evidence and in the light of any further material that emerges as a result of the directions that she may give.
A Christian charity will be told today if its appeal over a ban on a London bus advert has been successful. The advert suggested gay people s can be helped to "move out of homosexuality". The ad posters designed for the sides of the capital's buses read: