Nick Griffin to face no action over Brampton gay couple tweets

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BNP leader Nick Griffin will face no action after he put the address of a gay couple from Huntingdonshire on Twitter.

Mr Griffin urged his followers on the social networking site to stage a demonstration after Michael Black and John Morgan won a landmark court ruling after being turned away from a Berkshire bed and breakfast.

The court ruled that the B&B’s owner had discriminated against the Brampton couple by not allowing them to stay, which prompted Mr Griffin’s tweeting.

However Mr Black and Mr Morgan decided not to make a formal complaint.

A spokesman for Cambridgeshire Police said: “Following a police investigation and advice from the Crown Prosecution Service no criminal offences were identified.”

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