11th April 2010
Peter Tatchell: What George Osborne promised me on gay rights and what he left out 79
7:41 PM — Peter Tatchell reports for PinkNews.co.uk on his meeting with George Osborne today and explains why he thinks the Conservatives need more commitments and policies to further gay equality.
Campaigners gather for ‘David Cameron’s coming out party’ 15
5:31 PM — Approximately 200 gay rights campaigners amassed outside the Conservative Party headquarters in Westminster to protest at what they say is a lack of gay rights policies by Britain's main opposition party. The event was dubbed David Cameron's 'coming out party'.
Updated: Conservatives make proposals to tackle homophobic bullying 60
4:09 PM — Shadow chancellor and head of the Conservative Party's general election campaign has today expanded on the party's policies to tackle homophobic bullying first outlined in an article by party leader David Cameron on PinkNews.co.uk yesterday. The plans come despite the Conservatives forcing the Government to drop plans to reform sexual education teaching in schools, that experts argued could lead to a reduction in homophobic bullying.
George Osborne tells Peter Tatchell Conservatives will consider full gay marriages 34
1:45 PM — Shadow chancellor and Conservative general election campaign manager George Osborne met gay rights campaigner and Green party activist Peter Tatchell earlier today and promised to 'consider' gay marriages ahead of Mr Tatchell's event to persuade Conservative leader David Cameron to 'come out' more on gay rights.
Exclusive: George Osborne to meet Peter Tatchell ahead of David Cameron’s ‘coming out party’ 36
10:17 AM — PinkNews.co.uk can reveal that shadow chancellor and Conservative general election campaign manager George Osborne is to meet the gay rights campaigner and Green party activist Peter Tatchell ahead of his event to persuade Conservative leader David Cameron to 'come out' more on gay rights.
Cameron entered into an alliance knowing his Polish allies were homophobes 10
3:44 AM — A report in The Observer has suggested that Conservative leader, David Cameron, who yesterday wrote a comment article for PinkNews, entered into an alliance with the homophobic Polish Law and Justice party despite their views, senior figures told the newspaper.