7th January 2009
Stephen Fry to be Jonathan Ross’s first guest following suspension 2
7:49 PM — Gay comedian and author Stephen Fry is understood to be the first guest to appear on the Friday Night With Jonathan Ross following the host's suspension from broadcasting on the BBC.
Homophobia towards Lindsay Lohan isn’t the BBC’s first run in with gays 14
6:39 PM — Last week, PinkNews.co.uk revealed homophobic comments regarding Lindsay Lohan and lesbians in general during BBC3's The Most Annoying People of 2008.
Teenager among three charged with gang rape of lesbian in California
3:34 PM — Two men and a teenage boy have been charged with the alleged gang rape of a 28-year-old lesbian woman in the San Francisco area.
Ofcom to examine whether BBC show’s Lindsay Lohan slurs broke broadcasting code 7
2:49 PM — The UK's independent regulator for the communications industries may take action over a BBC TV programme that denigrated lesbians.
Free screening of documentary about religion and homosexuality 3
1:06 PM — A highly-acclaimed documentary about religion and homosexuality will be shown at a public meeting in London on Friday.
Woman ‘strangled girlfriend with dressing gown cord’ 1
12:59 PM — A 47-year-old woman strangled her lesbian lover with a dressing gown cord after a drunken argument, a Sheffield court was told.
Good news at last for Lloyds TSB as it tops Stonewall employers list 12
12:48 PM — The news may be bleak for high street bank Lloyds TSB, but there is a ray of sunshine amid the gloom of the credit crunch as Stonewall ranks the bank as the top employer for diversity.
Ian Paisley to meet with standards agency about homophobic advert 8
12:30 PM — The former first Minister of Northern Ireland is to meet with the Advertising Standards Authority to discuss their ruling against an advert placed in a local paper by a Belfast church.
Formula 1 boss accused of unfair dismissal at employment tribunal
11:05 AM — A leading Formula 1 boss is facing claims of dismissing an employee on the grounds of sexual orientation.