9th December 2012
Swedish football team sacks its entire first squad for homophobic abuse 15
3:26 AM — A Swedish football team has sacked its entire first squad for chanting homophobic slurs at a rival team, made up mainly of LGBT people, and encouraging fans to do the same.
5th December 2012
Poland: Gay man wins homophobia case against Danish supermarket Netto 13
11:17 AM — A Polish gay man who was branded a ‘faggot’ by his former supermarket manager has won a discrimination case.
23rd November 2012
Scottish footballer who called bar staff ‘poofs’ fined £800 14
7:24 PM — A Scottish footballer charged with making homophobic threats to staff at a nightclub in Edinburgh has been fined £800.
12th November 2012
Bath: Bouncer accused of making homophobic slur 11
7:51 PM — A bar in the south west city of Bath is investigating claims that a doorman made anti-gay remarks to customers.
Ex-footballer: Gay rumours ‘hurt’ my career 16
5:56 PM — Ian Bishop, a former footballer who played for Everton and Manchester City, says gossip about his sexuality may have undermined his chances of being selected to play for his country at the top level.
9th November 2012
Birmingham: Waiter goes berserk after gay couple complain about meal 57
4:16 PM — A gay couple faced a tirade of abuse at a Greek restaurant in Birmingham when they complained about their meal.
7th November 2012
Video: Train passenger’s anti-gay tirade caught on YouTube 112
5:00 PM — A 56-year-old man has been cautioned after shouting homophobic abuse and several expletives at two men on a train.
8th September 2012
Julian Clary emotional as crowned Celebrity Big Brother 2012 winner 17
7:30 PM — Julian Clary, was stuck for words as he was pronounced the winner of Big Brother, 2012, at the live final last night.
21st March 2012
Man jailed after endangering plane with anti-gay air steward abuse 72
11:43 AM — A British man has been jailed after shouting homophobic abuse at air stewards and endangering the safety of a flight to Tenerife.
29th February 2012
Police appeal after gay teens abused in Hampshire gadget shop 48
1:18 PM — Police are seeking witnesses after a young gay couple were subjected to homophobic verbal abuse in shop in Basingstoke, Hampshire.
16th February 2012
Police appeal over anti-gay Birmingham train abuse 63
5:26 PM — British Transport Police are appealing for information after a rail passenger shouted homophobic abuse at a another man in a Birmingham train station.
Builder fined for taunting man with cement penises 48
10:29 AM — A builder has been fined after subjecting a Bristol man to homophobic abuse and leaving cement penises on a wall outside his house.
28th July 2011
Street preacher ‘told gay couple to burn in hell’ 142
10:32 AM — A gay couple in Taunton, Somerset, say that Christian street preacher told them to "burn in hell". Craig Manning and his civil partner, who does not want to be named, say they were walking through the town centre holding hands last month when the man began abusing them in public.
25th May 2011
Chicago Bulls’ Joakim Noah says $50,000 fine for anti-gay abuse is ‘fair’ 5
11:42 AM — The US basketball player fined $50,000 (£30,968) for calling a fan a "faggot" says the punishment is fair. Chicago Bulls star Joakim Noah said: "I made a mistake. I’ll learn from it and move on."
Plymouth man banned from city pubs over anti-gay abuse 12
10:56 AM — A Plymouth man has been barred from all of the city centre's pubs for 18 months after hurling anti-gay abuse at a group of women. Richard Ham, 38, was drinking in The Bank pub at Derry's Cross in February last year when he began verbally abusing the women, who were sitting at the next table.
31st March 2011
Welsh teenager in court for anti-gay Facebook messages 48
2:52 PM — A Welsh teenager ended up in court last week for sending homophobic messages on Facebook. Jordan Campbell McKenzie, 18, of Flint, was told by a judge that his offence was a hate crime, the Flintshire Chronicle reports.
7th December 2010
Homotopia and The Pansy Project go to Istanbul
4:32 PM — A gay arts festival and a project to remember victims of anti-gay hate crime visited Istanbul last week. The Turkish city is the 2010 European Capital of Culture and Liverpool-based arts festival Homotopia and The Pansy Project planted hundreds of pansies at the British Consulate.