8th July 2008
INTERVIEW: The “devil incarnate” for fundamentalist Anglicans 2
3:35 PM — The chief executive of the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement is too busy preparing for next month’s Lambeth Conference to dwell on his impending departure from the organisation he helped found.
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.
Purcell did consider standing for Glasgow East 2
1:23 PM — The leader of Glasgow City Council has confirmed he did consider putting his name forward as a candidate for a parliamentary by-election in the city.
MEPs demand European Commission action after Pride violence
12:04 PM — The European Parliament's Intergroup on Gay and Lesbian Rights has accused the Hungarian government of being unable to guarantee the safety of their citizens and visitors to the country.
Gay radio station wins top award two years running 1
11:34 AM — GaydarRadio has won another award. It was voted Commercial Radio Digital Station of the Year at the Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards 2008 yesterday.
COMMENT: Sex education leaves lesbians in the dark 1
11:16 AM — More voices are being added to the call for more and better Sex and Relationship Education. The Family Planning Association and Brook, two of the UK’s leading sexual health charities, recently called for SRE to be taught at a younger age.
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.
Will Smith movie Hancock criticised for homophobic dialogue 15
10:15 AM — Hancock, the story of a seriously messed up superhero starring Will Smith, took home the top spot at US cinemas last weekend, taking home an estimated $66 million (£33m) for Sony Pictures.
7th July 2008
Photos: Pride was a busy day for Sir Ian McKellen 4
6:49 PM — The man perhaps best-known around the globe as Wizard Gandalf in the Lord of the Rings trilogy certainly fulfilled his duties to the gay community at Pride London on Saturday.
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.
INTERVIEW: A heartbeat away from the Mayor of London
3:13 PM — Boris Johnson has quite a few deputies. However, only one of them is the statutory Deputy Mayor, the one mentioned in the legislation that created the post of Mayor of London.
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.
Airline launches gay website 1
2:11 PM — Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has become the first in Europe to launch a website designed especially for the LGBT community.
Stonewall discuss homophobic bullying with Gordon Brown 1
12:39 PM — The Prime Minister met with members of gay equality organisation Stonewall on Saturday morning at Downing St.
Budapest police praised by Pride organisers 2
12:21 PM — This weekend's Budapest Pride experienced full support from police amid violent fascist attacks, said organisers.
Harman was booed because of asylum stance claims Tatchell 14
11:31 AM — Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has said that a Cabinet minister got a frosty reception at Pride London on Saturday because of the government's stance on gay asylum seekers.
6th July 2008
Police fire water cannons at fascists attacking Budapest Pride 1
6:46 PM — While hundreds of thousands peacefully enjoyed London's gay Pride parade Hungarian riot police were forced to use water cannons and tear gas in order to prevent fascists from throwing petrol bombs at Budapest Pride.
5th July 2008
EXCLUSIVE: Boris committed to future Pride London parades 7
4:22 PM — The Mayor of London has said that Pride London will have his support in future years, after he took part for the first time today. In a week where one of his deputy Mayors resigned and his father-in-law, respected broadcast journalist Sir Charles Wheeler, died, Boris Johnson seemed genuinely uplifted by the event.