"Alternative lifestyles" and unlawful discrimination : the limits of religious freedom in "Bull v Hall"
"In "Bull v Hall" the UK supreme Court confirmed that "very weighty" reasons are required to justify indirect discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation. This article will discuss the case and will explore its consequences for the scope of the right to religious freedom, at least when in tension with the principle of equal treatment. I will argue that whether or not freedom of religious manifestation could furnish reasons for differential treatment also depends on the right interpretation of the aims of anti-discrimination legislation themselves."--Editor.