6th June 2014
LGBT legal support organisation fights for charitable status at tribunal 2
3:19 PM — Leading LGBT legal organisation The Human Dignity Trust is fighting to be recognised as a charity at a tribunal today, and states that the Charity Commission "fundamentally misunderstands" its work.
18th November 2013
LGBT legal group appeals against decision to refuse to give it charitable status 9
7:47 PM — The Human Dignity Trust (HDT) has been forced to appeal against a decision to deny it from holding charitable status, raising concerns across the voluntary sector for groups standing up for LGBT rights.
2nd November 2012
UK: Catholic adoption charity loses anti-gay legal appeal 35
6:22 PM — Catholic Care has lost its latest appeal in its fight to be allowed to prevent gay couples from using its adoption services.
13th September 2012
UK Catholic adoption charity resumes anti-gay legal fight 49
1:01 PM — Catholic Care’s latest appeal in its ongoing campaign to be allowed to prevent gay couples from using its adoption services has begun at the Upper Tribunal in central London.
31st May 2011
Catholic Care plans to appeal a fourth time over gay adoption ruling 49
10:42 AM — The Leeds-based charity Catholic Care are to appeal to the Upper Tribunal in the hope of quashing the ruling forbidding them to exclude gay people when considering potential adoptive parents.
26th April 2011
Catholic charity loses appeal over gay adoption 173
5:32 PM — A tribunal has thrown out a Catholic charity's bid to be exempted from equality laws which make it illegal to discriminate against gay couples who wish to adopt.
4th February 2011
Brighton Pride to charge entry and cap numbers 38
4:49 PM — Brighton Pride 2011 will charge entry and limit visitor numbers for the first time. Organisers of the festival said they had to make significant changes after complaints about safety and litter at last year's event.
6th January 2011
Former chair says Brighton Pride is failing the gay community 23
11:50 AM — The former chair of Brighton Pride has said that the festival needs a "radical" overhaul. David Harvey, who ran the event between 2003 and 2006, said Brighton Pride was too straight, that LGBT people did not feel safe there and and that trustees could be breaching Charity Commission rules by "running a party disguised as a charity".