Two Cornish guesthouse owners will have to wait at least eight weeks to find out if their appeal at the Supreme Court was successful.
Peter and Hazelmary Bull were originally made to pay damages to a gay couple they turned away from their bed and breakfast in Marazion in 2008.
The judgement of their appeal has been reserved.
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