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  • 18th February 2010

    PCC rejects complaint over Jan Moir’s Stephen Gately article 47

    The PCC did not uphold the complaint

    11:23 AM — The Press Complaints Commission has rejected a complaint from Stephen Gately's civil partner over a Daily Mail article about his death.

  • 17th February 2010

    Inquest hears Alexander McQueen hanged himself 1

    Alexander McQueen was found dead last week

    1:02 PM — The inquest opened into the death of Alexander McQueen heard today that the fashion designer had hanged himself. McQueen, 40, was found hanging in a wardrobe by his cleaner at his Mayfair home on Thursday February 11th, ten days after his mother died.

  • 12th February 2010

    Alexander McQueen hanged himself on the eve of mother’s funeral 36

    Alexander McQueen killed himself after his mother's death

    12:56 PM — Fashion designer Alexander McQueen killed himself the day before his mother's funeral. His mother Joyce died on February 2nd and McQueen, whose real name was Lee, reportedly refused to get out of bed since her death.

  • 11th February 2010

    Obituary: Alexander McQueen 1

    Alexander McQueen was renown for his work

    7:33 PM — The Hackney-born son of a taxi driver, Alexander McQueen shocked the fashion world with his outrageous debut collections. From this, he earned the nickname of fashion's enfant terrible, a moniker he loathed and subsequently lost as his designs matured.

  • Gay fashion designer Alexander McQueen commits suicide 20

    Alexander McQueen has reportedly committed suicide

    4:19 PM — Alexander McQueen, the gay fashion designer, has reportedly committed suicide. The 40-year-old was renown for dressing stars such as Kylie and had once described himself as the "pink sheep" of his family.

  • 26th January 2010

    Boyzone star Keith Duffy suffering panic attacks after Stephen Gately’s death 19

    Keith Duffy said he had suffered from panic attacks

    5:54 PM — Boyzone singer Keith Duffy has revealed he has been suffering from panic attacks since the death of his bandmate Stephen Gately.

  • 22nd January 2010

    Spanish judge closes case on death of Stephen Gately 4

    The investigation into Gately's death was closed

    5:50 PM — A Spanish court ruled yesterday that gay Boyzone star Stephen Gately died from natural causes, rather than drugs or alcohol.

  • 8th January 2010

    Ugandan president Museveni ‘opposes death penalty for gays’ 15

    Yoweri Museveni does not support kiling gays, a minister said

    3:37 PM — President of Uganda Yoweri Moseveni opposes the death penalty for gays, the country's ethics minister has said. James Nsaba Buturo said the provision was likely to be removed from the country's anti-homosexuality bill, saying that reparative therapy would work better.

  • Freddie Mercury’s partner dies 5

    Freddie Mercury in 1978 (Photo: Carl Lender)

    12:44 PM — The partner of the late Freddie Mercury passed away last week. Jim Hutton had lived with Mercury for six years prior to the singer's death from an AIDS-related illness in 1991

  • 24th December 2009

    Archbishop of York speaks out on Uganda’s anti-homosexuality bill 28

    Archbishop of York John Sentamu said the bill was "victimising"

    12:32 PM — Archbishop of York John Sentamu, who was born in Uganda, has condemned the country's plans to introduce the death penalty of life imprisonment for gays. Speaking to Radio 4's Today programme this morning, he criticised the "victimising" language in the bill and said the communion was "committed" to listening to the experiences of gay people.

  • 22nd December 2009

    Ugandan President threatens to reject homophobic bill 28

    US newspaper DC Agenda claims that President Yoweri Museveni pledged to reject the bill

    3:00 PM — The President of Uganda has threatened to veto the a controversial new bill that could see homosexuals sentenced to the death penalty or lifetime imprisonment. US newspaper DC Agenda claims that President Yoweri Museveni pledged to US secretary of state for African affairs Jonnie Carson on two separate occasions that he would reject the bill currently making its way through parliament.

  • 21st December 2009

    Christian leader supports death penalty for gays 87

    Christian Voice opposes abortion, homosexuality, no-fault divorce and safer sex education. Additionally it supports the death penalty and does not recognise the concept of marital rape

    12:06 PM — A far right Christian group has urged fellow Christians to support Uganda's proposed law that would make homosexuality punishable by death. The law would impose the death penalty on those convicted of having gay sex with a minor or disabled person or someone infected with HIV.

  • 17th December 2009

    Stephen Gately’s widower makes official complaint about Jan Moir column 35

    Andrew Cowles made an official complaint about Jan Moir's column

    5:23 PM — Stephen Gately's civil partner has made an official complaint to the Press Complaints Commission about Daily Mail columnist Jan Moir's article on his death. Andrew Cowles cited breaches of accuracy, intrusion into grief or shock and discrimination.

  • 14th December 2009

    Archbishop of Canterbury makes first public statement on Uganda’s anti-gay law 28

    Dr Rowan Williams said the bill was "shocking"

    11:49 AM — The Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams has made his first public statement on the proposed anti-gay bill passing through Uganda's parliament.

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