‘Gay cake’ row: Court told Ashers Bakery changed its mind over order

Don’t accept something if you’re not 100% okay with it. Especially if it involves a regular customer.

A bakery in Belfast accepted an order for a cake with a gay rights slogan but changed its mind, a court has heard.

Ashers Bakery Company faces a discrimination case, brought with the support of the Equality Commission.

The court was told one of the firm’s directors took the order and expressed no problem with it at the time.

The Christian-run firm cancelled the order about 48 hours later, according to a barrister for the gay rights activist at the centre of the case.

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