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Rainbow Project: Cake refusal 'not about equal marriage'

8 July 2014 Last updated at 13:00 BST

A gay rights campaigner with the Rainbow Project has said a firm's decision not to make a cake for Queerspace was not about same sex marriage, but about providing goods, facilities and services.

Speaking to BBC News NI's Michael Fitzpatrick, Gavin Boyd said that with current legislation, firms do not get to pick and choose customers on grounds of sexuality.

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