Ashers bakery faces new legal challenge in 'gay cake' cake
The Supreme Court concluded that people should not be compelled to express a view they do not agree with. Crucially, it ruled that the objection of the bakers had been to promoting a message they did not agree with and not to the customer's sexual orientation.
Now Mr Lee is challenging the Supreme Court judgement by launching an appeal with the European Court of Human Rights.
Phoenix Law, which is representing Mr Lee, told The Belfast Telegraph: "One of the main arguments is: We challenge the concept that a business can have religious beliefs....