Eunice and Owen Johns, 62 and 65, of Derby, said the city council did not want them to look after children because of their traditional views.
They claim they were “doomed not to be approved” due to their opinions.
The High Court ruled that laws protecting people from sexual discrimination should take precedence.
The Pentecostal Christian couple had applied to Derby City Council to be respite carers.
They withdrew their application after a social worker expressed concerns when they said they could not tell a child a homosexual lifestyle was acceptable.Continue Reading on www.bbc.co.uk