11th May 2015
David Hockney: Gay people today are really boring 36
7:59 AM — David Hockney has said he thinks gay people are boring, because they "want to be ordinary".
9th May 2015
Nicky Morgan remains education secretary and equalities minister in reshuffle 16
10:49 PM — Nicky Morgan will remain as education secretary and minister for women and equalities, it has been announced.
8th May 2015
Sam Smith cancels shows to undergo vocal chord surgery 4
6:04 PM — Singer Sam Smith will undergo surgery on his vocal chords and has called off a number of shows.
Out Lib Dem Stephen Gilbert loses St Austell and Newquay seat
4:50 PM — Out gay Liberal Democrat Stephen Gilbert was unsuccessful in a bid to regain the St Austell and Newquay seat in last night's general election.
Ed Miliband stands down as Labour leader 31
12:16 PM — Ed Miliband has confirmed that he is to step down as the leader of the Labour Party following disappointing results at the general election.
Nick Clegg celebrates same-sex marriage as he steps down as Lib Dem leader 11
11:40 AM — Following a devastating defeat for the Lib Dems at the general election this week, Nick Clegg has announced his resignation as party leader, noting same-sex marriage as one of the party's greatest achievements.
Nigel Farage confirms resignation as UKIP leader 61
11:29 AM — Nigel Farage has officially announced his resignation as UKIP leader.
First out gay Lib Dem MP Stephen Williams loses his seat 1
10:48 AM — The Liberal Democrats' first out gay MP Stephen Williams has lost his Bristol West seat after a devastating night for his party.
Out Tory Eric Ollerenshaw loses Lancaster and Fleetwood seat to Labour
10:01 AM — Conservative Eric Ollerenshaw, who recently recently reflected on his 35-year relationship with his late partner Michael, has lost his Lancaster and Fleetwood seat.
Three openly HIV-positive candidates lose out on Parliamentary seats 5
9:17 AM — Two Liberal Democrat and one Green Party candidates who all revealed that they are HIV-positive lost out in last night's election.
Labour’s Ed Balls loses Morley and Outwood seat after recount 5
8:27 AM — Labour's shadow chancellor Ed Balls has lost his Morley and Outwood seat after a recount.
Green Party’s Caroline Lucas retains Brighton Pavilion seat with increased majority 2
7:44 AM — The Green Party will keep at least one seat in Parliament, as Caroline Lucas retained Brighton Pavilion, with a large majority.
Susan Anne White who wants to criminalise homosexuality flops in West Tyrone 23
7:31 AM — Susan Anne White, who said she wants to re-criminalise homosexuality, and ban pride parades, has come last in West Tyrone.
Tory Simon Kirby retains Brighton Kemptown seat despite Christian campaign to oust him 1
7:00 AM — Conservative Simon Kirby has retained his Brighton Kemptown seat, despite a campaign to oust him because of his strong support for same-sex marriage.
Labour’s shadow equalities minister Gloria De Piero holds Ashfield seat
6:35 AM — Labour's shadow equalities minister Gloria De Piero has retained her seat in Ashfield with a strong majority.
Al Murray: ‘If I lose alongside Nigel Farage in South Thanet, I’ll resign too’
6:10 AM — Pub landlord Al Murray, who is standing against Nigel Farage in South Thanet, has said he will "resign as well", if he fails to gain the seat.
Labour’s first out trans candidate Emily Brothers loses out in Sutton and Cheam
5:53 AM — Labour's first out trans Parliamentary candidate has failed to be elected in Sutton and Cheam.
Nick Clegg retains Sheffield Hallam seat but hints at resignation as Lib Dem leader 4
5:32 AM — Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has held onto his Sheffield Hallam seat in the 2015 general election, but has hinted that he may step down as party leader.
7th May 2015
This American football player punched a gay couple for kissing and got dropped 27
6:10 PM — An American football player in the US has been dropped from his team after attacking a gay couple simply because they kissed in the street.
This orthodox rabbi’s words on choosing who to vote for are inspiring 18
5:39 PM — A senior orthodox rabbi has written an impassioned message about voting choices based on candidates' sexual orientations.