14th July 2008
British Army joins up to Stonewall workplace scheme 2
12:01 AM — The British Army has become the 400th member of the Diversity Champions programme run by gay equality organisation Stonewall.
13th July 2008
Tutu calls for Anglican unity as homosexuality continues to tear communion apart 2
11:32 PM — Archbishop Desmond Tutu pleaded with the Anglican Communion to show unity as it tries to reconcile the views of liberals and evangelicals over homosexuality.
Obama campaign considers who will be his running mate
9:27 PM — Former Clinton advisor Howard Wolfson said on Thursday that he does not believe his former boss is under formal consideration for the job.
US Christians condemn chart-topping ‘bisexual-friendly’ singer 2
9:17 PM — Brunette beauty Katy Perry just enjoyed the third week of her bisexual ballad I Kissed a Girl at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Sir Ian McKellen reveals he has received death threats
9:15 PM — Appearing on the BBC's current affairs programme, Sunday AM, the gay actor Sir Ian McKellen said that he has received many death threats. He also spoke out against homophobia within Christianity.
CNN reporter returns to work after drug bust 5
9:03 PM — A kinky CNN reporter who was arrested in Central Park in April with meth in his pocket and a sex toy in his boot is finally back at work.
Haggard rent boy refuses second lie detector test 1
8:57 PM — He’s already failed one lie detector test, and Mike Jones, the escort who claims to have had a three year business relationship with Ted Haggard, says he’s not going to go down that road again.
Republican politician named in gay sex scandal 3
8:51 PM — Alabama Attorney General Troy King, a conservative Republican Christian who has called homosexuality the 'downfall of society,' has been caught with his pants down.
Italian awarded £80,000 after losing his driving licence because he’s gay 1
8:39 PM — A court has ordered the Italian government to pay €100,000 (£80,000) in damages to a man forced to retake his driving test because he was gay.
Protester interrupts high profile sermon by gay Bishop 2
7:23 PM — A protester has interrupted a sermon by the first openly gay Anglican bishop, the Right Reverend Gene Robinson, Bishop of New Hampshire this evening at St Mary's church, Putney, South West London.
11th July 2008
Pride London reveal more details about trans toilet incident 35
4:49 PM — The organisers of Pride London have issued a statement about an incident during the celebrations in Trafalgar Square last Saturday.
New guidelines on HIV and life insurance published
4:16 PM — The Association of British Insurers has updated its consumer guide for gay men covering HIV and life insurance.
South Carolina gets cold feet over gay Tube adverts 2
3:52 PM — The tourism agency of a US state has distanced itself from an advert on London Underground designed to attract gay tourists.
INTERVIEW: The inside story of how Boris won London
3:18 PM — Jonathan Isaby is in good spirits when we meet at The Daily Telegraph headquarters in central London.
Woman on trial for murder of gay man
2:14 PM — A 22-year old woman has been giving evidence at her trial. Phillipa Hart stands jointly accused with Christopher Graham, 26, of the murder of David Redman, known locally as Camp David.
Davis sees off Green’s gay rights challenge and returns to Commons
1:38 PM — Former Shadow Home Secretary David Davis has been re-elected to the House of Commons.
Gay man sues Bible publishers over “homosexuality” passages 5
10:49 AM — A gay man has filed suit against two Christian publishers over claims they altered passages in the Bible to depict homosexuality as sinful.
Video: Obama accepts Jesse Jackson’s apology for castration comments
10:33 AM — Apologies flew from Reverend Jesse Jackson to presumptive Democratic Presidential nominee Barack Obama on Wednesday over remarks he made about the Illinois Senator on Fox News.
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?
INTERVIEW: Why supporting gay staff is good business
5:53 PM — Barclays was an early supporter of Stonewall's efforts to promote equality in the workplace as a member of the Diversity Champions programme. In fact they were the first bank to sign up.