25th June 2009
Gay group’s complaint about Canterbury council rejected 58
4:47 PM — The Local Government Ombudsman has rejected complaints from a gay group that their local council do not do enough for the LGBT community.
British parliamentarians condemn Lithuania’s anti-gay law 13
3:33 PM — A new law passed in Lithuania that "protects" minors by restricting publication of information on homosexual and bisexual relationships has been condemned across Europe.
Gay Apprentice star to appear at Derby’s pink day out 1
1:57 PM — One of the star's of this year's series of reality TV show The Apprentice is supporting a Pride event in Derby, it has been revealed.
Jerusalem ready for a peaceful Pride event 4
1:45 PM — More than two thousand people are expected to take part in a Pride march in Jerusalem today. In previous years the event has been marred by violence, threats of violence and the disapproval of some devout Jews.
Gay US Congressman re-introduces workplace discrimination bill 7
1:38 PM — A Congressman in the United States has introduced an "inclusive" Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) to the House of Representatives.
White House to hold gay Pride reception 18
1:18 PM — The President of the United States is to mark the 40th anniversary of the Stonewall riots with a reception for LGBT people at the White House.
Tatchell mourns the loss of Pink Paper 7
1:06 PM — Gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has said the decision to cease publication of the UK's only gay newspaper will leave the community "more fragmented and isolated."
Sarkozy accused of abandoning human rights after Yade is moved to sport 4
12:57 PM — The President of France has been criticised for moving his minister for human rights to a new department and failing to fill her role.
Gay referee divides opinion in Turkish football 4
12:47 PM — A football referee in Turkey has claimed he was dismissed by the game's governing body for being gay.
Human rights group condemns Saudi Arabia for “cross-dressing” arrests 2
12:40 PM — The arrests of 67 men in Saudi Arabia on charges of cross-dressing is a violation of basic human rights, according to activists.