19th December 2008
Comment: Gays should give Obama a break over inauguration preacher 30
3:15 PM — Forget for a moment Obama's attempts to reach across the political aisle by appointing Republicans to his Cabinet, probably the boldest and most potentially provacative move he has made so far.
Analysis: the Ladele employment appeal tribunal ruling in full 4
12:56 PM — The EAT held that the Tribunal had erred in law and that on the evidence adduced before the Tribunal there was no proper basis for a tribunal.
10th December 2008
Analysis: What does the UN statement on LGBT rights say? 1
4:26 PM — Next week the United Nations General Assembly will meet. France on behalf of the EU is to make a declaration from the podium in support of the human rights of all people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
9th December 2008
Comment: Moscow Pride organisers appeal to Council of Europe
12:21 PM — The organisers of Moscow Pride have written to the Human Rights Commissioner of the Council of Europe - the event has been banned every year.
3rd December 2008
Analysis: What will be in the Equality Bill?
12:29 PM — Harriet Harman, Minister for Women and Equality, welcomed the announcement today by Her Majesty the Queen that the Equality Bill will be brought forward in Parliament within the next year.
2nd December 2008
Obama: America’s destiny is shared with the world’s 1
6:05 PM — Yesterday's introduction of key members of the National Security Team by President-elect Barack Obama and Vice President-elect Joe Biden saw many firsts.
28th November 2008
Trevor Phillips: “We can’t allow a spiral of silence on homophobic bullying to continue” 2
5:03 PM — Last night a charity that works with the victims of homophobic and transphobic bullying was honoured with a parliamentary reception.
Comment: Gay judge reflects on thirty years as an out lawyer 1
1:56 PM — Earlier this month, Queen Mary, University of London, launched a specialist legal advice centre for gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans people.
12th November 2008
Interview: Greg Barker on the challenge of climate change
1:32 PM — Last month's government reshuffle focused mainly on the return of Lord Mandelson to the fold, but there was another highly significant appointment.
11th November 2008
Interview: Blowing the whistle on being gay, in love and on Gaydar 2
4:01 PM — Matthew Todd, playwright, journalist, Attitude editor and environmentalist, spoke to PinkNews.co.uk last week about the latest London production of his play Blowing Whistles.
Comment: Proposition 8 broke our hearts, but it did not end our fight 4
2:16 PM — You can’t take this away from me: Proposition 8 broke our hearts, but it did not end our fight. Like many in our movement, I found myself in Southern California last week.
9th November 2008
Explore Barack Obama’s America with a trip to multi-racial Miami 2
8:45 PM — We woke up to a new America on Wednesday, and interest in visiting the country has rocketed. There were many Europeans who felt uncomfortable spending their Euros in the US.
Interview: Securing gay rights in Jamaica is vital to AIDS struggle 1
6:23 PM — By an stretch of the imagination, the treatment of lesbian and gay people in Jamaica is disgrace, says minister Gareth Thomas.
6th November 2008
Glenrothes by-election no longer make or break for Gordon Brown 7
3:52 PM — Just a few weeks ago, in the carefree days before the banking sector found itself on the brink of collapse, the Glenrothes by-election was seen as "make or break" for the Prime Minister.
5th November 2008
Video: Obama is “the answer spoken” by gay and straight 3
5:00 PM — If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible; who still wonders if the dream of our founders is alive in our time; tonight is your answer.
The Barack Obama story – from Hawaii to the White House
3:05 AM — Barack Obama was born in Hawaii on August 4th, 1961. His father, Barack Obama Sr., was born and raised in a small village in Kenya.
4th November 2008
Meet the candidates: Barack Obama and gay rights
1:37 PM — In September Barack Obama, the Democratic nominee for President of the United States, submitted a written response to questions from US gay newspaper Washington Blade.
1st November 2008
Analysis: The complex system that elects a US President 1
5:54 PM — In most democratic countries, the people vote and either through first past the post or a form of proportional representation, a government or leader is elected.
31st October 2008
Analysis: Blood donor policy is discriminatory and contradictory 2
2:20 PM — In April the Scottish Parliament asked for submissions from various groups about the ban on men who have sex with men from donating blood.
30th October 2008
Interview: Docu-porn, transfeminism and cafe parties at London film fest
3:53 PM — The London Transgender Film Festival 2008 takes place in Brixton next month. We spoke to three of the people involved in this groundbreaking event.