4th June 2008
Down but not out – what next for the former First Lady? 1
7:03 PM — Last night Hillary Clinton took to the stage at Baruch College and gave a speech in which she acknowledged the success of Barack Obama's campaign.
Hillary “open” to discussions about Vice Presidential spot
6:41 PM — With Barack Obama limping across the finish line to secure the number of delegates needed to claim the Democratic nomination all eyes are now on Hillary Clinton.
Gay campaigners storm AIDS conference in Uganda
6:33 PM — Three people have been arrested after they forced their way into an international conference about HIV/AIDS prevention in Ugnada organised by the UN.
California Supreme Court rejects delay in gay marriage
6:19 PM — Gay couples will be able to get married in America's most populous state from June 17th. The California Supreme Court denied requests to delay their landmark decision.
Gay marriage ban to be put to Californian voters 5
2:06 PM — Opponents of the Supreme Court of California's decision to legalise gay marriage have collected enough signatures of opposition to force the state to put the issue to voters directly.
New website campaign wants club drug criminalised 1
9:15 AM — A drug common on the club scene is "massively misunderstood" and sales should be banned, claims a new online campaign. GHB (Gamma Hydroxy Butyrate) is already Class C drug.
Soho village fete to raise money and awareness for GALOP
8:00 AM — Last minute preparations are underway in the run up to 'Galop Big Gay Fete.' The fete will take place this Saturday in St Anne's Church, Soho.
Bournemouth ready for three days of partying in July
1:00 AM — As Britain gets ready for a summer of LGBT Pride festivals, the countdown begins to Bournemouth's fifth annual bournefree festival.