1st December 2013
David Cameron: This World AIDS Day we must renew our determination to save lives at home and abroad 5
2:21 PM — In his message for World AIDS Day 2013, the Prime Minister David Cameron said we all need to "renew our determination" to saving lives, both at home and abroad.
Ed Miliband: ‘We have so much further to go to help 35 million people living with HIV around the world’
2:02 PM — In his speech for World AIDS Day 2013, leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband has expressed a need for more to be done to help people around the world living with HIV.
Comment: The docs who cried ‘cure’ – A lookback at HIV in 2013 13
1:22 PM — Will Harris from Terrence Higgins Trust looks back at the key HIV stories of this year and writes on whether people have a false impression that a 'cure' for the virus is just around the corner.
Public Health Minister: Gay men need to be aware of HIV and testing is essential 6
12:44 PM — In an exclusive interview with PinkNews, Public Health Minister Jane Ellison says she’s in favour of looking at new ways for gay and bisexual men to test for HIV, such as in gyms and bars, because she wants testing to become an “ordinary mainstream activity”.
Clare Balding says her grandmother told her she was ‘disgusting’ for being a lesbian 19
8:59 AM — Sports broadcaster Clare Balding has revealed her grandmother told her she was "disgusting" after finding out she was a lesbian.
Russian gay activists urge Olympic president to launch ‘investigation’ into anti-gay laws 12
8:58 AM — Russian gay activists have urged the President of the International Olympic Committee to launch an "investigation" into the country's anti-gay laws ahead of the 2014 Sochi Winter Games.
UK: Indian trans asylum seeker fears deportation could lead to ‘torture’ 1
8:58 AM — A trans man who fled to the UK from India has said he will face "torture" at home if he is forced to be deported.
Croatia: Hundreds of gay activists stage campaign ahead of imminent same-sex marriage referendum 1
8:57 AM — Hundreds of gay rights supporters in Croatia staged a mass demonstration on Saturday against an imminent referendum which aims to rule out same-sex marriages.
30th November 2013
Birmingham schools perform at launch of LGBT History Month 2014 2
1:05 PM — Schools Out's LGBT History Month, which will take place in February 2014, was launched this week with performances by school choirs.
29th November 2013
Elton John: ‘To end AIDS, we need more than a cure – we need compassion’ 3
7:14 PM — Ahead of Sunday’s World AIDS Day, Sir Elton John says the HIV/AIDS epidemic could be defeated today, without a cure, if stigma and discrimination was stripped away from the virus by society.
Former UKIP candidate Julia Gasper questions whether the only gay Holocaust victims were Jews 64
5:14 PM — A former UKIP parliamentary candidate has written a paper questioning whether gay people sent to death camps during the Holocaust were only sent there because they were also Jewish.
Nick Clegg: 30 years since the first HIV cases, too many myths still persist
3:56 PM — In his annual message for Sunday's World AIDS Day, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says it's "vital" to get people testing in order to reduce undiagnosed rates of HIV.
Peter Tatchell: Newham College seems to have ignored concerns about anti-gay lecturer Mark Walcott 10
3:14 PM — An east London college has been accused of failing to address staff concerns regarding a senior arts lecturer who compared gay teachers to the Ku Klux Klan and admitted that he held “prejudices about people who are homosexual”.
Gay grandfather murdered outside gay bar in Chester
2:06 PM — Police have arrested and bailed two men in connection with the fatal assault of a gay man outside a Chester gay bar.
Manchester Police Commissioner: ‘HIV does not discriminate and neither should society’ 4
11:49 AM — Greater Manchester’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tony Lloyd, says agencies and communities need to support those living with HIV and encourage them to come forward if they have been a victim of hate crime or discrimination.
Terrence Higgins Trust: 52% of people still wrongly believe HIV is a death sentence 11
10:42 AM — A survey by Terrence Higgins Trust shows more than nine out of ten people with HIV think public understanding of the condition needs improving.
28th November 2013
National AIDS Trust urges gay men to take part in HIV quiz
7:21 PM — Ahead of Sunday’s World AIDS, the National AIDS Trust is urging gay and bisexual men to part in an HIV awareness quiz.
Northern Ireland: LGBT activists stage rainbow protest during Health Minister’s visit 5
6:59 PM — Northern Ireland Health Minister Edwin Poots had his visit to a Derry hospital briefly eclipsed by the sight of a rainbow flag, held in protest over his anti-gay views.
Two years since the death of anti-bullying campaigner Roger Crouch 3
5:55 PM — It’s exactly two years since the death of Roger Crouch, the Gloucestershire father who campaigned against homophobic bullying following his own son’s death.
Petition calls for X Factor to drop James Arthur performance following homophobic rap 14
4:02 PM — Following a storm of controversy over a feud rap he recorded which included homophobic slurs, and time off for "acute exhaustion", James Arthur is now facing calls for ITV's the X Factor to drop him from a performance this weekend.