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  • 30th April 2013

    Comment: Remembering the Admiral Duncan nail bomb attack 16

    Tuesday is the fourteenth anniversary of the nail bomb attack on the Admiral Duncan

    11:50 AM — Tuesday 30 April is the fourteenth anniversary of the nail bomb attack on the Admiral Duncan pub in Soho, central London. In a PinkNews comment piece, first published last year, Mark Healey reminds us why its importance to remember the events of 1999.

  • 29th April 2013

    Admiral Duncan pub nail bomb memorial ‘missing’ 8

    The plaque was missing as of Monday, with a replacement due to be installed ahead of a memorial service on Tuesday Image: London Remembers)

    1:41 PM — The memorial plaque installed to commemorate the victims of a nail bomb at central London pub the Admiral Duncan, has disappeared.

  • 8th October 2012

    London: Hate crime memorial to take place at St Paul’s 7

    An act of remembrance is due to take place at St Paul’s Cathedral

    6:26 PM — An act of remembrance for all of those affected by hate crime will take place at St Paul’s Cathedral in London this Saturday.

  • 31st July 2012

    Comment: UK Black Pride – a moment of discovery 19

    Scott Roberts writes about his first experience of UK Black Pride

    2:43 PM — Ahead of this month’s UK Black Pride, Scott Roberts shares his own experience of attending the event for the first time last year. He also talks about what it means to those who cannot experience a similar celebration in their country of origin.

  • 28th May 2010

    Pentecostal church leader denies allegations of homophobia 153

    Bishop Francis refutes allegations of homophobia

    4:10 PM — Amended May 1st, 3.10pm. Bishop John Francis, head of the Ruach Christian Ministry in Brixton, south-west London, was reported to have allegedly linked homosexuality to paedophilia and rape in his sermon delivered on Sunday 23 May.

  • 18th January 2010

    Former BNP member jailed for bomb factory 4

    Terence Gavan was jailed for 11 years

    5:45 PM — A former British National Party member was jailed for 11 years last week for hiding a large cache of weapons in his mother's house. Terence Gavan, 39, had been compared to homophobic Soho bomber David Copeland, who killed three in the Admiral Duncan in 1999.

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