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10 January 2011

  • 10th January 2011

    Pro-gay US congresswoman shot, six killed 29

    Gabrielle Giffords remains seriously ill

    5:30 PM — A pro-gay US congresswoman is in a critical condition and six people were killed after a gunman opened fire at her public meeting in Arizona. Gabrielle Giffords, of Tucson, remains gravely ill in hospital after being shot in the head at close range.

  • Labour leader Ed Miliband calls for progress on gay marriage 46

    Ed Miliband called for progress on marriage equality

    4:20 PM — Labour leader Ed Miliband has called for progress on gay marriage by the end of this year. Speaking on Saturday on the tenth anniversary of the equal age of consent, he said that there was more to do on marriage equality.

  • UUP leader Tom Elliott will meet gay community 4

    The UUP leader said he would meet a gay rights group

    3:35 PM — The leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, Tom Elliott, is to meet a gay rights organisation. He said in September that he would refuse to attend gay rights parades or GAA matches if elected leader of the party.

  • Mary Portas says she can’t explain her sexuality 34

    Mary Portas said female sexuality was hard to define

    12:05 PM — Retail guru Mary Portas says female sexuality isn't black and white. The presenter of the BBC's Mary, Queen of Shops said she could not explain how women who had been married could fall in love with other women.

  • Elton’s son’s welfare is at risk, former bishop claims 44

    The Rt Rev Michael Nazir-Ali suggested that Elton's baby could be damaged by having two fathers

    11:07 AM — The former Bishop of Rochester, the Rt Rev Michael Nazir-Ali, has claimed that Elton John and David Furnish's new baby psychological welfare is at risk. The cleric said he was concerned that baby Zachary had been born by surrogate mother to two fathers and suggested that John was too old to be a dad at the age of 64.

  • Former Tory candidate to sue party after being sacked for views on homosexuality 40

    Philip Lardner says he will sue the Tory party

    10:38 AM — A teacher is to sue the Conservative Party after he was sacked as a general election candidate. Philip Lardner, who was selected to fight the North Ayrshire and Arran seat, was suspended from his job and dumped by the party after PinkNews.co.uk revealed he said that homosexuality is wrong and children should not be taught about it in schools.

  • McDonalds blocks access to gay support websites in New Zealand 18

    McDonalds blocks gay websites in New Zealand

    6:25 AM — Fast food chain McDonalds has been accused of censoring gay news and support websites in New Zealand from its free wifi service. The hamburger giant blocks access to GayNZ, a New Zealand equivialent of PinkNews.co.uk as well as a number of LGBT support groups.

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