26th March 2014
Killer of far-right Dutch gay politician Pim Fortuyn to be freed early 15
1:53 PM — The man who shot dead far-right Dutch gay politician Pim Fortuyn is to be freed in May.
Zimbabwe: Man who claimed stab victim was gay acquitted of attempted murder 9
12:52 PM — A man in Zimbabwe has reportedly been acquitted of stabbing a man who he says is gay.
Deputy Prime Minister orders rainbow flag to be flown to celebrate first same-sex weddings 19
12:01 PM — Nick Clegg has ordered the rainbow flag to be flown at Whitehall in order to mark the historic arrival of equal marriage in England and Wales this weekend, PinkNews has revealed.
Spiked Editor Brendan O’Neill: John Kerry is the real anti-gay villain, not Uganda’s President Museveni 30
10:58 AM — The editor of Spiked has used colonial racist language in an article attacking America’s Secretary of State for urging Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni to understand that homosexuality is not a choice.
25th March 2014
Gay former Co-op Bank chairman Paul Flowers: My drug addiction treatment has been ‘life-changing’ 8
6:46 PM — Former Co-op Bank chairman Paul Flowers has spoken in detail for the first time about his treatment for drug addiction.
MP Nigel Evans: Sex with 22-year-old gay man was consensual
4:43 PM — MP Nigel Evans told detectives he was "staggered" at being arrested over an alleged rape, Preston Crown Court has heard.
New Chief Executive of Firefox gave $1,000 to support California’s Prop 8 equal marriage ban 28
3:19 PM — Brendan Eich, who financially backed efforts to ban equal marriage in California, has been appointed CEO of Mozilla, the company behind the Firefox web browser.
US: Students hold rally in support of teacher suspended for anti-gay rant 5
2:14 PM — A protest has taken place in support of a West Virginia science teacher suspended for making homophobic comments on Facebook.
Nick Clegg: Britain will never forget the arrival of equal marriage on Saturday 7
1:28 PM — The arrival of equal marriage in England and Wales on Saturday is a day that it's hoped Britain will always remember, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said.
US: Christian charity World Vision will now recognise staff in same-sex marriages 14
12:35 PM — One of America’s largest Christian charities has announced that it will recognise the rights and entitlements of employees who are in same-sex marriages.
Brighton Council urged to give LGBT businesses a boost by pedestrianising St James’s Street 1
11:34 AM — Brighton and Hove City Council is being urged to pedestrianise St James's Street, home to many of the city’s LGBT bars and shops.
Ethiopia to make homosexuality a non-pardonable offence 81
10:54 AM — Politicians in Ethiopia are set to pass a bill that puts homosexuality on a list of offences considered non-pardonable under the country's amnesty law.
24th March 2014
LGBT Muslim group blasts Birmingham mosque leader for linking homosexuality to paedophilia and murder 14
8:04 PM — The chairman of a Birmingham mosque has been denounced by LGBT Muslim support group Imaan for linking homosexuality to paedophilia, murder and gambling.
US Government taking ‘additional steps’ over Uganda’s anti-gay law 3
7:28 PM — The US Government is looking at taking “additional steps” in protecting LGBT citizens facing persecution from Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act.
Tory MP Priti Patel: Gay comedian who had relationship with dead teen should be named
6:18 PM — A gay comedian who an inquest found had a relationship with a male fashion student who later killed himself should be named, Conservative MP Priti Patel has said.
Tory MP Sarah Wollaston frustrated that Nigel Evans sex allegations could not be investigated by Speaker
5:05 PM — Conservative MP Dr Sarah Wollaston was frustrated that sexual assault and rape allegations made against Nigel Evans could not be investigated by Speaker John Bercow, a court has heard.
UK: Gay magazine to be axed after 14 years 5
3:49 PM — The Lesbian & Gay Foundation has announced that outnorthwest, its community magazine, will no longer be published.
Stonewall rejects allegations from Ben Summerskill that chair of board was sacked 12
2:58 PM — Stonewall has denied accusations by its former chief executive Ben Summerskill that Jacqueline Davies’ departure as chair of the board was a result of being pushed from the role.
21st March 2014
Stonewall co-founder: Ben Summerskill is damaging charity by attacking staff, trustees and sponsors 16
7:21 PM — The former chair of the board of Stonewall, Labour MEP Michael Cashman, says Ben Summerskill is "in danger of undermining" his legacy with the gay rights charity due to critical remarks on Twitter.
Bishop of Portsmouth: Catholic MPs who voted for equal marriage should be banned from communion 40
4:41 PM — The Bishop of Portsmouth says Catholic politicians who voted for same-sex marriage should be denied Holy Communion for going against their faith.