Category: SORS

The Cornish B&B Ruling

Introduction As you all probably noticed, it is now out. The owners of a hotel who refused to allow a gay couple a double room acted unlawfully, a judge has ruled. Peter and Hazelmary Bull, of the Chymorvah Hotel, near

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Has the ASA got in a muddle over sexual orientation?

My thanks to Ruth Gledhill, Jill from Anglican Mainstream and others who have sent me the original advert from Sandown Presbyterian Church, together with the ruling (which you can read for yourself by clicking here). In this post I’m going

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Lords to Debate Sexual Orientation Amendment

This just in from the LCF: The Criminal Justice and Immigration Bill has introduced a new offence of incitement to hatred on the grounds of sexual orientation. It is modelled on the Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006 which makes it an offence

James Parker on BBC Today

As mentioned before, James Parker of Living Waters UK was part of a piece on Wednesday morning on SORS. The significance was that this was, to the best of my knowledge, the first time this major UK news programme had

Charlie Cleverly on SORS – Romans 13

A rather good sermon, preached 2 weeks ago, by the Rector of St Aldates on the current controversy in the UK. Listen and enjoy (and comment below).

M’Lord ArchBishop on SORS

Cranmer has succint analysis: Despite a protest by hundreds of concerned Christians, Baroness O’Cathain has failed in her attempt to defeat the Sexual Orientation Regulations in the House of Lords, which the Roman Catholic Church says could lead to the