6th March 2015
King’s College London rugby team strip off for LGBT domestic violence charity 30
5:03 PM — King's College London men's rugby team has stripped off for a naked calendar to benefit an LGBT domestic violence charity.
25th February 2015
Former Archbishop issues ‘free speech’ warning over university’s plans to remove his picture 49
5:07 PM — The former Archbishop of Canterbury has issued a warning about free speech, over plans to remove a picture of him at King’s College London following pressure from LGBT campaigners.
22nd February 2015
University to remove image of former Archbishop over anti-gay views? 39
1:36 PM — An image of former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey will reportedly be removed from a building at King's College London, after objections from LGBT campaigners.
6th November 2014
UK: Study launched to improve LGBT end of life care 2
12:56 PM — A new study is being launched to examine the experiences of LGBT people as they approach the end of their lives.
18th August 2014
Participants required for LGBT mental health survey 13
11:50 AM — Researchers at King’s College London are studying how stigma and discrimination contribute to mental health problems among LGBT people.
16th June 2014
King’s College London Student Union to vote on stripping anti-gay Sultan of honours 13
11:14 AM — A motion has been filed to the King’s College London Student Union calling for the removal of the honorary doctorate presented to the Sultan of Brunei.
11th June 2014
Oxford Student Union raises emergency motion to condemn honour for anti-gay Sultan 11
4:52 PM — The Student Union at Oxford University has raised an emergency motion to discover the reason why the university has refused to rescind an Honorary Doctorate in Law given to the Sultan of Brunei.
10th June 2014
Diane Abbott: Sultan of Brunei keeping honours legitimises stone-the-gays-law 6
5:50 PM — Labour MP Diane Abbott has questioned the decision of King’s College London not to rescind an Honorary Law Doctorate given to the Sultan of Brunei.
Former Tory Chair: King’s College dishonours gay students by maintaining honour for Sultan of Brunei 12
11:34 AM — Former Conservative Party Chairman Lord Deben, has criticised King's College London for rejecting calls by the publisher of PinkNews to rescind an Honorary Law Doctorate given to the Sultan of Brunei over the country's new law which allows gay people to be stoned.
9th June 2014
King’s College rejects calls from PinkNews founder to rescind honour for Sultan of Brunei 49
4:38 PM — King's College London (KCL), has refused to rescind an Honorary Doctorate given to the Sultan of Brunei because of a recently introduced law which makes homosexuality punishable by stoning, following calls from the publisher of PinkNews.
2nd June 2014
Calls to strip Sultan of Brunei of honours for backing stone-the-gays law 22
10:52 AM — Kings College London is under pressure to strip an honour given to the Sultan of Brunei – due to his country’s rules on stoning to death people who are gay.
27th November 2013
World’s most senior psychiatrist comes out and says profession should apologise to gay people 10
3:21 PM — The new head of the World Psychiatric Association, Professor Dinesh Bhugra, has come out as gay in an interview and says his profession should apologise for the way it has treated gay people and women.
23rd November 2012
Students at London uni move to cut ties with anti-gay Lord Carey 44
10:29 AM — Students at King’s College London have accused Lord Carey of being homophobic and are campaigning to have his photo removed from the college’s display of famous alumni.
22nd November 2010
Straight Bristol couple next to demand a civil partnership 7
11:18 AM — A heterosexual couple from Bristol will attempt to get a civil partnership tomorrow morning. Ian Goggin and Kristin Skarsholt say the ban on straight civil partnerships is "unjust, discriminatory and offensive".
9th November 2010
Straight couple denied civil partnership again 34
5:36 PM — A straight couple from London have once again been denied a civil partnership. Tom Freeman and Katherine Doyle, both 26, expected to be turned away from Islington registry office this morning but said they would take legal action over the refusal.
2nd November 2010
Equal Love campaign: First gay couple denied marriage 21
4:46 PM — The first of eight gay and straight couples to challenge the UK's marriage laws have been denied a marriage at a London registry office, as expected. Rev Sharon Ferguson and her partner Franka Streitzel, the lead gay couple in the Equal Love campaign, were denied permission to marry this morning in Greenwich.