15th May 2013
Zambia: Trial of gay rights activist Paul Kasonkomona delayed
3:24 PM — The trial of a prominent gay rights activist in Zambia has been postponed, as his lawyers argued that the charges brought against him were too vague and that the case should be heard by the High Court.
17th April 2013
Northern Ireland: Gay blood ban debated in High Court 15
7:18 PM — Northern Ireland Health Minister Edwin Poots’ decision to maintain the lifetime ban on gay men giving blood in Northern Ireland has been debated in the country’s High Court.
12th April 2013
London: Christian teacher banned after branding gay people ‘disgusting’ in front of class 80
2:20 PM — A classroom ban on a Christian school teacher who condemned the “homosexual lifestyle” in front of pupils has been upheld by the High Court.
10th April 2013
Singapore High Court rejects repeal of gay sex ban for men 9
12:16 PM — LGBT campaigners have expressed their disappointment after Singapore's High Court rejected a petition to repeal an archaic law criminalising sex between men.
22nd March 2013
Christian Legal Centre: High Court anti-gay bus ruling is a victory for Christian freedom 79
6:53 PM — The Christian Legal Centre’s Director, Andrea Minichiello Williams, has responded to Friday’s High Court ruling concerning a Transport for London ban on homophobic bus adverts and says it's a “victory” for Christian freedom.
Peter Tatchell: ‘Anti-gay London bus advert ban wrong’ 99
3:22 PM — Responding to Friday’s High Court ruling, Peter Tatchell writes that Core Issues Trust should have been allowed to place anti-gay adverts on buses in the capital – in the name of free speech – despite their offensive message.
UK: Christian group given right to appeal High Court gay ‘cure’ bus advert ruling 15
2:24 PM — A judge at the High Court has granted the Christian group Core Issues Trust permission to appeal Friday’s ruling which deemed a Transport for London ban on homophobic bus adverts lawful.
High Court backs Transport for London’s decision to ban gay ‘cure’ bus adverts 47
11:15 AM — A decision of Transport for London (TfL) to ban bus adverts promoting gay conversion therapy was not unlawful, the High Court has ruled.
15th March 2013
Former Take That manager claims his bar alone owns the right to use the word ‘QUEER’ nationally 50
6:34 PM — Gay bars Queer Street and bar QUEER have taken their battle to use the word ‘queer’ in their names to the High Court.
28th February 2013
London: Christian group tells High Court ‘gay cure’ bus advert ban threatens democracy 50
3:36 PM — A Christian group has told the High Court that a ban on bus adverts which claimed gay people can be "cured" of their sexuality was a "deep threat" to democracy.
Legal challenge by Christian group against Boris Johnson’s decision to ban ‘ex-gay’ bus ads begins at High Court 30
10:27 AM — London Mayor Boris Johnson's refusal to run anti-gay adverts on buses in the capital is being challenged at the High Court today.
18th February 2013
Comment: Sperm donors for same-sex couples need to make sure they have legal protection 1
1:27 PM — In light of a recent High Court case, Jonathan West from Prolegal writes for PinkNews.co.uk on the importance of LGBT people knowing about arrangements governing sperm donation.
1st February 2013
UK: High Court rules in favour of gay male couple in parental dispute with lesbian couples 23
7:02 PM — Men who donate sperm can apply to seek a role in the lives of their biological children, the High Court has ruled in a case involving two lesbian couples who were friends with two gay men.
16th November 2012
Peter Tatchell: Facebook ruling is a ‘victory’ for free speech 48
2:26 PM — Peter Tatchell has welcomed a High Court ruling in favour of a Christian worker who was demoted for a comment he wrote on Facebook about equal marriage.
18th October 2012
Northern Ireland gay adoption ban ruled unlawful 12
12:07 PM — The ban preventing gay couples in civil partnerships and unmarried straight couples from adopting children in Northern Ireland has been deemed unlawful, a High Court judge has ruled.
11th October 2012
UK: Newspaper libel defeat for Elton John 6
2:10 PM — Sir Elton John was not libelled by the Times newspaper in a series of articles about tax avoidance, the High Court has ruled.
5th October 2012
UK: Anti-gay cleric Abu Hamza can be extradited to the US, says High Court 59
4:19 PM — The High Court has ruled radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza can now be extradited immediately to the US to face terror charges.
3rd October 2012
Muslim anti-gay cleric Abu Hamza should not be sent to the US, says UN adviser 24
1:07 PM — The UK government would be complicit in torture if it extradites anti-gay Muslim cleric Abu Hamza and his fellow terror suspects to the United States, a senior UN adviser has warned.
2nd October 2012
UK: Muslim anti-gay cleric Abu Hamza in ‘poor health’ ahead of extradition 34
2:44 PM — Lawyers for Abu Hamza have asked the High Court for an injunction so they can carry out further medical tests on the radical anti-gay cleric.
29th March 2012
Multi-millionaire City analyst wins ‘gay divorce’ appeal but must pay vast settlement 22
5:32 PM — A millionaire City analyst has won his appeal against a West End actor in a landmark gay divorce. The couple had been together for 11 years but only survived seven months as civil partners.