Tag: Breach

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 …

The Cornish B&B Ruling Read More »

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Yes, we knew it already, but two cases ruled this week very clearly that police who arrest Christian preachers for quoting Scripture are themselves beaking the law. An autistic Christian street preacher who was handcuffed and arrested for speaking out …

Street Preaching is Not Illegal Read More »

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Well, duh. There is to be no investigation into the atheist bus in spite of 326 complaints, the Advertising Standards Authority has ruled. In a statement today the ASA said: ‘The Advertising Standards Authority has concluded that the “There’s probably …

Atheist Bus Advert *not* offensive Read More »

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In the fresh light of day, the letter from Martin Dudley to the Bishop of London reveals where the disciplinary process arrived at and what implications that has for us in our understanding of what the actual outcome of this …

Martin Dudley – Examining his Letter Read More »

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