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Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire A legal dispute over a Belfast bakery’s refusal to make a cake with a message supporting same-sex marriage may continue after the North’s Court of Appeal ruled that the decision discriminated against a gay rights activist.
The Mc Arthur family, which runs Asher’s Baking Company, said they would meet their lawyers to decide whether a further appeal against the ruling yesterday in the so-called “gay cake” case was possible.The court found that Ashers had discriminated against Gareth Lee on grounds of sexual orientation contrary to the Equality Act (Sexual Orientation) Regulations 2006.The bakery appealed the decision of Belfast County Court which found it guilty of discrimination for refusing to bake a cake in 2014 with the message “Support Gay Marriage” and featuring the Sesame Street characters Bert and Ernie. The Mc Arthurs and the British Christian Institute, which supported them, could be liable for costs that to date are estimated to be more than £150,000.Ashers managing director Daniel Mc Arthur said he and his family were “extremely disappointed” with the ruling .“If equality law means people can be punished for politely refusing to support other people’s causes then equality law needs to change.Leo Varadkar, the , will attend a Pride breakfast while visiting Northern Ireland for the first time since he took power in June.