A Christian couple who refused to allow two gay men from Bristol to share a bed at their guesthouse have lost another round of their legal battle to be cleared of discrimination.
Today the Supreme Court in London ruled they were guilty of discrimination against civil partners Steve Preddy and Martyn Hall.
The guesthouse owners, Peter and Hazelmary Bull, say they have strong religious beliefs about marriage.
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