20 January 2010
Cameron’s election manifesto promises tax breaks for civil partners
The Conservative Party's election manifesto promises that married couples and gay couples in civil partnerships will receive tax breaks within the first five years of parliament.
15 January 2010
California trial hears gay marriage would increase health and revenue
Experts speaking before a trial on California's gay marriage ban have said that lifting it would make people healthier and generate more money for the state's economy.
18 December 2009
Gay club owners hope to relaunch Ghetto in 2010
Popbarz, the gay club owner which went into administration this week, has thanked former staff, promoters and performers.
18 December 2009
Gay club owner goes into administration
Popbarz, the owner of gay clubs such as Ghetto in London, has gone into administration.
18 November 2009
Washington Blade successor could be launched this week
A new gay newspaper and website to replace the Washington Blade could hit the streets as soon as Friday.
16 November 2009
America’s biggest gay media company forced to close
Window Media LCC, the largest publisher of LGBT newspapers and websites in America, has closed down.
12 October 2009
Gay businessman Sir Michael Bishop pulls out of race for ITV chairman
Sir Michael Bishop, who was tipped as the favourite to become the new chairman of ITV, has pulled out of the race.
17 September 2009
Ask a lawyer: Should I make a will?
Gay couples, whether they are in civil partnerships or not, should view making a will as an essential task, legal experts say.
19 June 2009
Tax advice for gays criticised as ‘unnecessary’
Tax advice for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and trans people published by HM Revenue and Customs has been criticised as unnecessary.
17 June 2009
Gay weddings could give US economy a $9.5 billion boost
A survey carried out by the Williams Institute has predicted that legalising gay marriage across America could prove a lucrative move.
29 April 2009
New York’s lesbian finance commissioner forced to resign after allegations of nepotism
Martha Stark, New York's finance commissioner, was forced to resign on Tuesday amidst charges of nepotism and allegations that she was having a romantic relationship with a female subordinate.
9 March 2009
Gaydar’s Soho bar Profile to cease trading
Profile, one of the most popular gay bars in Soho, London, is to close at the end of next month.
5 March 2009
Preview: Sydney Mardi Gras promises to be sunny despite economic gloom
PinkNews.co.uk's Australia Correspondent Emma Cullingford previews this weekend's Mardi Gras and explores the impact of the global economic downturn on the pride event.
2 March 2009
Tory party vice-chair to speak at Stonewall workplace conference
A Cabinet minister and a Conservative Party Vice Chair are among the speakers at this year's Stonewall workplace conference.
27 November 2008
Sir Elton and David donate £20k to Liberal Democrats
Pop legend Sir Elton John and his partner David Furnish are among a list of donors to the Liberal Democrats published yesterday by the Electoral Commission.
17 November 2008
Stonewall announces recruitment process for expert trustees
People with experience of a range of areas from PR to finance are being encouraged to become involved with Stonewall as trustees.
10 October 2008
Insurers are inconsistent over Hep C
The British insurance industry has a poor understanding of Hepatitis C and life assurance policies for people living with the virus can vary considerably.
10 October 2008
Victory for Christians as McDonald’s gives in over gay rights
Christian and conservative Americans are claiming they have forced one of the world's best-known companies to withdraw from National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC)
6 October 2008
The unpaid ministers in Brown’s austerity government
It has been billed as an austerity government, and the changes made by Gordon Brown to some ministerial teams have emphasised the focus on the economic crisis.
30 September 2008
Gay Congressman at centre of financial crisis
A veteran fighter for gay rights has come under fire for his role in the current crisis in the financial markets.