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Gay chocolatiers forced out of remote Scottish village

Pair of homosexual chocolatiers claim they have been driven out of their remote Scottish community after suffering a decade of homophobic and anti-English abuse. Paul Maden, 45, and James Findlay, 40, whose luxury chocolate company Cocoa Mountain has attracted fans from Prince Charles to Yoko Ono, claim their lifestyle offended locals. The abuse began as soon as they moved into the area, they say, with neighbours stalking the outside of their home shouting “---- off you English queer --------“. But Kevin Crowe, the chairman of Durness Community Council, has hit back, claiming: "They are not the only gays in the village.” The couple are considering leaving Durness, in Sutherland, after they were taken to court accused of assaulting one of their “tormentors”, ferryman John Morrison.


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