9th December 2014
London: ACTUP to protest outside Department of Health in call for PrEP 6
11:48 AM — ACTUP are holding a protest on Wednesday outside the Department of Health in a bid to speed up access to PrEP.
3rd December 2014
Arizona pastor: We could cure AIDS by Christmas if we stone homos to death 117
4:01 PM — A Christian pastor has claimed that the world could be cured of AIDS "by Christmas" if "homos" were stoned to death.
2nd December 2014
Study: HIV becoming less deadly – but still far from harmless 2
1:14 PM — New research suggests HIV is evolving to become less deadly and less infectious, although scientists warn the virus is still an awfully long way" from becoming harmless
UKIP denies tweeting that World AIDS Day is a ‘reminder’ to ‘tighten our borders’ 53
12:36 PM — UKIP is in complete confusion over a Twitter account that claimed to represent its Cheltenham branch and said World AIDS Day was a "reminder" for Britain to "tighten" its borders.
Kieron Richardson: Hollyoaks HIV storyline is not a stereotype 1
10:56 AM — Hollyoaks actor Kieron Richardson says his character’s upcoming HIV-related storyline is not a stereotype but based on modern-day reality.
1st December 2014
Ed Miliband: Nobody anywhere in the world should face discrimination for having HIV 2
4:17 PM — Labour Leader Ed Miliband has made a video in support of World AIDS Day 2014, in which he puts an emphasis on the importance of early diagnosis, and says tackling stigma associated with HIV is hugely important.
Apple stores turn logo red for World AIDS Day 1
2:58 PM — Apple stores across the world are lighting up their logos in red today, to mark World AIDS Day.
Prince Harry reveals his biggest secret 30
1:18 PM — Prince Harry has opened up about a personal secret for World AIDS Day.
Peter Tatchell: Gay blood ban should be cut to 3 months 6
12:04 PM — Peter Tatchell has called for the ban on gay men giving blood to be relaxed to three months.
Obama: No one should be left behind in the fight against AIDS
11:35 AM — In a statement on World AIDS Day, US President Barack Obama has called for renewed action against HIV.
A year on – the BBC still won’t allow its presenters to wear AIDS ribbons 40
11:24 AM — A year after causing controversy by blocking its presenters from wearing red ribbons for World AIDS Day, the BBC still appears to be enforcing the ban.
Prince Harry to reveal a secret about himself for World AIDS Day 6
9:39 AM — Prince Harry has agreed to share a secret about himself as part of a campaign for World AIDS Day, which hopes to encourage people to talk about health concerns more openly.
30th November 2014
Meet a guy testing controversial new drugs that could stop you getting HIV 90
5:10 PM — Writing for PinkNews, Robbie Dean answers questions about PrEP, a new drug regime that could stop you getting HIV.
Photos: Disney Princes strip off for World AIDS Day 7
2:31 PM — An artist has imagined a number of famous Disney Princes stripping off to promote safe sex for World AIDS Day tomorrow.
28th November 2014
Charity launches ‘Positive Radio’ for people living with HIV
12:54 PM — A Manchester HIV charity has launched an radio station for people who are living with HIV.
27th November 2014
These men are taking naked shower selfies to help fight the stigma of HIV 12
4:56 PM — A new social media campaign to fight the stigma people living with HIV face, in which people take a photo of themselves in the shower using the hashtag '#weareALLclean'.
Andy Burnham: ‘Much more needs to be done to tackle HIV’ 3
4:26 PM — Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham says “much more needs to be done” when it comes to tackling HIV in Britain.
Here are six myths about HIV that need to be busted 1
3:08 PM — For National HIV Testing Week here are six common myths about HIV which have been busted.
Charity slams ex-UKIP president for saying HIV is the ‘wages’ of gay promiscuity 25
1:23 PM — Former UKIP deputy leader Lord Christopher Monckton has been branded as “living on another planet” by Terrence Higgins Trust for suggesting that HIV is the “wages” of gay promiscuity.
European Parliament votes to protect LGBT people in global development 1
12:18 PM — The European Parliament this week voted for a report which will outline its input in the global future development policy, which includes a strong commitment to protect LGBT people, and those living with HIV.