It's a widely distributed mainstream publication that can be found in many public places such as doctors' or auto repair waiting rooms. See next articles. Before arriving with them at a Paris hotel, she said: Mrs Bull, 66, who has run the hotel for 24 years with her year-old husband, said: Answers On Innovation Thomson Reuters. Telegraph on Facebook. Mr Bull, 70, and his wife, 66, said their policy, operated since they bought the hotel inis based on their beliefs about marriage and not a hostility to sexual orientation.
But when they came to take it — the receptionist insisted they have a family room with twin beds.
By Richard Alleyne. Judge Andrew Rutherford, sitting at Bristol county court, found it was "clear that homosexuals as a group are disadvantaged by the practice adopted by [Peter and Hazel Bull]. Explaining her and her husband's faith, Mrs Bull told the court:
The Christian couple had argued that they should not be forced to facilitate what they regard as a sin by allowing unmarried couples to share a bed.