13th September 2008
Film Review: RocknRolla
12:35 PM — It's hard not to feel just a little bit sorry for Guy Richie. Yes, he may be a multi-millionaire, his life seemingly consisting of a succession of glitzy parties in a world of beautiful people and extravagant celebs. But at the same time he's become a laughing stock. He's in the public eye more thanks to being the husband of one of the most famous women on the planet, especially during the last few months of rumours of marital difficulties, than for any success of his own. And, lest we forget, it's been ten years since he first hit the big time – and ten years since he last made a good film.
11th July 2008
Support available for gay victims of domestic abuse
11:12 AM — Three domestic violence charities have joined forces to help raise awareness of the support available to victims, including LGBT people.
10th July 2008
ANALYSIS: What is the Christian Institute? 11
6:22 PM — Lillian Ladele's success at an employment tribunal today horrified many. But who bankrolled her case?
Moscow’s Mayor will not face court over Pride bans
1:02 PM — The organisers of Moscow Pride were officially informed today that a criminal case against the homophobic Mayor of Moscow, who banned the event, would not be opened.
9th July 2008
Controversial beauty spot’s clean up may upset cruisers 4
6:12 PM — A beauty spot on the Bristol Downs at the centre of a row last year when firefighters disturbed gay men having outdoor sex has become the subject of a controversy again.
8th July 2008
Foreign Office minister condemns violence at Pride events
5:31 PM — The Minister for Europe at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Jim Murphy, has condemned the violence at Gay Pride events.
Court rules Russia’s President is immune from gay legal action
2:04 PM — Organisers of Moscow’s Pride event have been told their complaint against the President of Russia will not be considered because he is immune from legal action.
Volunteers needed as Black Pride comes to Regents Park in August 1
1:41 PM — Tickets are now on sale for official UK Black Pride festival (UKBP) that will take place on Saturday 16th August in Regents Park, London.
Gay history exhibit at City Hall is a hit with school groups
10:41 AM — An exhibition has been set up in London’s City Hall that draws attention to the "shameful way LGBT lives have been neglected in British museums and archives." has proved popular with all sorts of visitors.
7th July 2008
The gay news from 1983 – Tatchell, Pride and homophobic bullying
5:54 PM — The Gay East Midlands (GEM) magazine has become available again 25 years after it was first launched.
INTERVIEW:One gay guy’s search for the perfect partner
3:55 PM — On 25 June 2008 Mark Bowness celebrated his 29th birthday and decided once and for all that it was the last time he would be single on his special day.
Schools must tackle homophobia says Lib Dem leader 2
2:21 PM — Nick Clegg called on schools to be more effective in tackling homophobic bullying in a speech at the annual Stonewall Education For All conference today.
4th July 2008
New service for HIV+ people will make them “experts in their own condition” 1
6:31 PM — Two of the UK's leading HIV and sexual health charities have joined forces to launch a new London health support service for people living with HIV.
Kids should be taught about gay equality says TUC chief 1
4:50 PM — The General Secretary of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) had said that the only way to fight homophobic bullying at school is to teach kids about LGBT equality.
Hope for Ugandan lesbian’s asylum appeal 1
4:20 PM — A Ugandan lesbian has moved one step closer to her goal for asylum in the UK after a senior immigration judge dismissed the previous tribunal as a "mess."
Gay choir to compete in new BBC light entertainment show 2
12:45 PM — A gay male choir from Brighton will feature on BBC One's new Saturday night programme Last Choir Standing.
Tabloid attack on Armed Forces at Pride London is “misinformed” 2
12:38 PM — A Royal Navy officer has said a story in The Sun that claimed service personnel will be paid travel expenses to attend Pride London when they are denied them when attending Royal garden parties is inaccurate.
Rupert St bouncer awaits sentencing for vicious attack
12:14 PM — A bouncer who worked at a popular gay bar in Soho has pleaded guilty to beating up a young gay customer in a vicious attack inside the bar.
3rd July 2008
Plans to enhance Liverpool’s gay quarter go to consultation 2
1:06 PM — The bid for a new traffic scheme to enhance Liverpool’s Gay Quarter has finally gone to consultation after a decade of persuading the council.
QBoy among diverse acts at Bourne Free
12:52 PM — Bournemouth is gearing up for its annual LGBT Bourne Free Pride Festival and organisers have gone all out to get the most fabulous acts to wow the crowds.