6th October 2008
Mr Gay UK winner ‘killed and ate lover,’ court told 3
9:04 PM — Leeds Crown Court today heard that the first winner of Mr Gay UK stabbed a gay man to death before cutting part of his thigh off and cooking it in olive oil, seasoning it with fresh herbs and eating it.
Cameron carries out mini shadow cabinet reshuffle
5:38 PM — Greg Clark will become a member of the Shadow Cabinet, it has been announced. The MP for Tunbridge Wells will shadow the new Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change.
Stonewall Awards attract top names to V&A ceremony 2
5:12 PM — Organisers of the UK's most prestigious gay awards have said that more than half of the nominees have indicated they will attend, more than a month before the ceremony.
Mandelson to undergo surgery just days after taking office 2
4:17 PM — The new Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform is to have surgery later today to remove a kidney stone.
Gays should be tattooed with health warnings claims vicar 26
3:21 PM — A Church of England priest is facing disciplinary action and calls for his resignation after he made homophobic comments on his blog.
Full list reveals changes at all levels of government
2:48 PM — Downing St has revealed final details of the reshuffle. Here is the full list of the government.
The unpaid ministers in Brown’s austerity government
1:41 PM — It has been billed as an austerity government, and the changes made by Gordon Brown to some ministerial teams have emphasised the focus on the economic crisis.
Maria Eagle to work on gay rights bill as Equalities minister 2
12:31 PM — A junior Justice minister is to take on additional duties for Equalities. Maria Eagle replaces Barbara Follett.
Teen who murdered gay classmate had white supremacist literature 4
11:50 AM — A fourteen year old boy who is standing trial for the murder of a fellow school student, had "literature and drawings depicting a "racist skinhead philosophy" in his bedroom.
Tory ‘rising star’ backs gay arts festival 1
11:07 AM — Organisers of an LGBT arts festival have revealed that they have received support from politicians of all parties.
Report claims trans men and lesbian women face rape and abuse in Kyrgyzstan
10:38 AM — A leading human rights group has claimed that lesbian and bisexual women and transgender men face violent abuse, including rape, in Kyrgyzstan.
Church finds no remains after opening Cardinal’s grave 8
10:20 AM — No physical remains in the grave of a 19th century church leader that is to be made a saint. Cardinal Newman, Britain's most famous Catholic convert after Tony Blair, died in 1890.
Police name man found in canal near cruising ground
9:58 AM — A man who drowned in a canal in Manchester in the early hours of Friday morning has been named.