They apparently had little or no problems with respect to their moral standards from 1986 on.
Until last August....
A clash of values:
'Under the European Convention on Human Rights, people are able to hold a religious belief and manifest it in the way they act.'
A spokesman for Stonewall said: 'We look forward to the hotel changing its policy to reflect equality, the 21st Century and the law.'
In PEI, Christian owners were hauled before the PEI human rights board for declining to accommodate two men in the same bed. They were fined and ordered to submit to a state-sponsored, state-mandated re-education program. I called it the velvet glove of Canadian totalitarianism.
They declined. They paid their fine and closed their business. Like Eleanor Rigby, nobody cared.