7th November 2014
Police appeal for help after spate of homophobic attacks on Clapham Common
6:19 PM — Police in the London borough of Lambeth have appealed for victims and witnesses to come forward, after three attacks on Clapham Common thought to be motivated by homophobia.
1st October 2014
Archbishop of Canterbury cancels Lambeth Conference over gay clergy row 52
12:23 PM — Plans for the Anglican Communion's next Lambeth Conference have reportedly been scrapped amid fears of a boycott from African churches, over gay clergy.
12th June 2014
Police send reassurance message following homophobic bleach attack in London 20
7:41 AM — London police have sent a message of reassurance after three people were sprayed in the face with bleach in a homophobic attack outside a nightclub.
9th June 2014
Two women come forward in police appeal following Vauxhall homophobic bleach attack 72
4:19 PM — Two women have been identified by police following an appeal for information after three people were sprayed with bleach outside a Vauxhall nightclub on Saturday night.
7th April 2014
Chemsex and gay men: Has the issue been overblown? 23
12:35 PM — PinkNews interviews David Stuart, substance use lead at London’s 56 Dean Street sexual health clinic, on whether chemsex could be increasing HIV transmission among gay and bisexual men.
5th February 2014
London gay community in shock over sudden death of Mayor of Lambeth 8
10:42 AM — The London gay community is in shock following the announcement that Lambeth Mayor Mark Bennett died suddenly from a suspected heart attack on Tuesday morning, aged 43.
19th December 2013
Photos: Vauxhall walk against hate crime and bullying 1
3:48 PM — At the end of November, over 150 people took part in a walk through London's Vauxhall in order to send a message of solidarity against hate crimes.
29th October 2012
London: Police investigate death at gay sauna 47
12:24 PM — The Metropolitan Police have launched an investigation after a man died at a gay sauna in central London during the weekend.
14th December 2009
Archbishop of Canterbury makes first public statement on Uganda’s anti-gay law 28
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.