Ashers bakery “gay cake” ruling, implications and observations

Yesterday, I offered a recap of the Ashers Bakery case that was being heard in the Supreme Court. You can read that here. The ruling

Ashers “gay cake” ruling due today: a recap of what is at stake

I have gone spoken about the Asher’s Bakery case here, here, here and here. Over four years after the infamous cake at the centre of

Everyone may be a theologian; not everybody knows theology: Farron & Jones, a case in point

An interesting discussion broke out between Tim Farron – former Lib Dem leader – and Owen Jones – Guardian columnist – on Twitter. Here are

The potential consequences of upholding the Ashers Bakery ruling

For those interested in such cases, it seems worth reminding ourselves that the Ashers Bakery #gaycake case is currently being heard in the Supreme Court.

Jacob Rees-Mogg should be applauded for his candour not pilloried for his opinion

Jacob Rees-Mogg has managed to hit the headlines following comments he made on Good Morning Britain. I say comments he made, he actually just answered

Airline accidentally exposes that the emperor has no clothes

It doesn’t matter who you click with. Happy #PrideAmsterdam 🏳️‍🌈 pic.twitter.com/ZTBHvCx1Pp — Royal Dutch Airlines (@KLM) August 5, 2017 Somebody clearly didn’t think through the

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