Good! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-37753242 And they're as ungracious about this as they were about losing the case in the first place all that time ago. I've no doubt they would have been even more ungracious had they actually won. When the case first came up, I felt sympathy for them as it can't be easy for them to be in that position as born again Christians. However, as things went along it became clear that this isn't about their faith. They've become minor celebrities à la Kim Davis in their vocal opposition to equality. Something they seem very comfortable with. I can't sugar coat it. These two need to accept that they haven't had their own way and just go away now. Petulant and pouty Daniel can't see beyond his own sense of entitlement and martyrdom and has provided a seemingly endless series of soundbytes about his suffering. I've yet to hear Amy say a word, but beneath her GHD'd Laura Ashley exterior, her non-verbal communication tells all. The same frozen smirk is on her face in every picture and video, standing stolidly at Daniel's side in silent, impassive judgement of anyone who isn't just like them. In the aftermath of the appeal, Daniel is stamping his feet about losing his right to "free speech" which is a total joke. He's in court because his business broke the law to rob someone else of their free speech. The bottom line is that if you can't honour the law while running a business, you have no right being in that business. Leave it to the many people who can run it legally. Daniel (and presumably his silent, grinning wife) now wants Equality law to change to allow them to discriminate against whomever they choose. The last twenty seconds of the video no doubt evoked a wordwide sigh from those who use their faith for good without distorting it to support their own bigotry. "He is still on the throne. He is the ruler of heaven and of earth. And he is our god, and we worship and we honour him." The reason these two thoroughly deserve to be eating some of their own delicious humble pie today is because they've deliberately stoked the fires of prejudice. Not just by discriminating, sustaining it so aggressively, then demanding their right to oppress. Worst of all is they have appeared to enjoy it. Right from the start of their media junket, pictures like this were thrown into the mix, carefully posed to mock and state their superiority to the people they would gladly deny the right to marry: There's no part of their life they haven't whored out in an attempt to get their way. They've flaunted their wedding rings; shown off their home; paraded their children in front of cameras. But not for too long. After all - we mustn't forget whose fifteen minutes of fame this really is.