Here's the legal report. Here's the statement from the Diocese of Hereford. Here's the local newspaper report from the Hereford Times.
I'd say this is a vindication of Susan John's statement on the incoherent policy of the CofE:-
Susan Johns has been a member of the House of Laity of the Church of England General Synod for 16 years and knows Mr Reaney from his time as a youth worker in Norfolk diocese.
She told the tribunal Mr Reaney, who she has known for over a decade, is inspirational and tireless in his work.
Mr Johns attacked the confusing position of the church towards gay people:
"The Church of England has no coherent position on homosexuality, in my opinion it is a shambles," she said, according to icWales.co.uk
"I cannot understand how a faith that professes to be open, honest and truthful can condone a situation whereby if a member of clergy covers up their same sex relationships, it is acceptable.
"But if they are open and honest and a person of integrity, there is condemnation and discrimination."
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