Ashers Bakery Wins Appeal In 'Gay Cake' Discrimination Case
The owners of a Northern Ireland bakery have won their appeal in the 'gay cake' discrimination case.
In 2014, Ashers Bakery refused to make a cake with the slogan 'support gay marriage' due to the owners' Christian beliefs.
The customer, gay rights campaigner Gareth Lee, sued them for discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and political beliefs.
UK gay rights activist Peter Tatchell gave us his take on the outcome of the case.
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