English Judge admits Laws aren't doing enough to protect Christian Beliefs
- Baroness Hale calls for a rethink on religious and gay rights
- Six months ago she condemned B&B owners for turning away gay guests
- Peter and Hazelmary Bull refused Steven Preddy and Martyn Hall a room
- Last week Lady Hale and fellow judges said Bulls were not liable for costs
- She tell lawyers judgement against the Bulls may have been too harsh
A judge who condemned a Christian couple for turning away gay guests from their hotel yesterday said her decision may have been wrong.
Supreme Court deputy president Baroness Hale called for a rethink on religious and gay rights six months after she rejected the B&B owners' arguments in a key test case.
Lady Hale said in a speech that the law has done too little to protect the beliefs of Christians. And she cast doubts over her own judgment in the landmark case in which a gay couple sued Christian hoteliers Peter and Hazelmary Bull.