29th May 2013
Government tells press to ‘get on’ with reform following Lucy Meadows inquest 10
3:25 PM — The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has commented on the inquest into the death of transgender teacher Lucy Meadows and says it is now time for the press industry “to get on with setting up an independent, self-regulatory body.”
28th May 2013
UK: Teacher Lucy Meadows was hounded by a transphobic press says coroner 20
7:19 PM — The coroner investigating the death of transgender primary school teacher Lucy Meadows says the media should be ashamed of themselves.
22nd March 2013
UK: Activist Helen Belcher to meet MPs over media mistreatment of trans people 8
3:54 PM — Helen Belcher of Trans Media Watch has contacted MPs over the mistreatment of Lucy Meadows, the trans teacher who was hounded by the media, and who was found dead this week.
5th December 2012
Gay football group criticise Daily Mail over Joey Barton article 17
8:29 PM — The Gay Football Supporters Network (GSFN) has criticised the Daily Mail for publishing an article suggesting footballer Joey Barton would make a suitable “gay hero” for the sport, because it trivialises the debate about homophobia in football.
Joey Barton threatens to sue Daily Mail over ‘gay hero’ article 61
4:05 PM — Footballer Joey Barton says he may sue the Daily Mail newspaper after it published an article that suggested he should become football’s “gay hero”.
30th November 2012
Comment: New rules must stop press homophobia 12
6:31 PM — Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has welcomed the publication of this week's Leveson Report - in a comment piece for PinkNews.co.uk he says he hopes it can lead to greater protection for LGBT people from press intrusion.
1st March 2012
Trans charity reports papers to Leveson on ‘child safety concerns’ 12
4:24 PM — The Leveson Inquiry has received a charity's submission regarding several articles about trans people published in recent weeks which it is says 'deliberately misrepresented' the realities of gender dysphoria.
28th February 2012
Simon Hughes: The Sun used phone records to force me to come out 64
2:28 PM — Simon Hughes, deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats, has told the Leveson Inquiry that phone records obtained by The Sun newspaper forced him to come out as bisexual.
16th February 2012
Exclusive: The Sun defends call for identity of ‘first trans man to give birth’ 123
12:10 PM — The Sun newspaper hit back yesterday at claims that it had failed to mend its ways in respect of its treatment of the UK’s trans community, defending its attempts to locate the trans man who had given birth as being “in the public interest”.
8th February 2012
Comment: Does today mean change for the trans community? 16
2:30 PM — Listen. That sound you don’t hear: the silence. That is the UK’s trans community waiting with bated breath. Because today, by a strange co-incidence of events, really does feel to many like the day that things change.
Trans charity to speak at Leveson Inquiry today 11
10:19 AM — The Leveson Inquiry will hear today from Trans Media Watch, a charity which supports accurate and respectful reporting on trans and intersex people in the media.
7th February 2012
Daily Mail editor: Not a homophobic bone in Jan Moir’s body 65
2:35 PM — Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre defended Jan Moir at the Leveson Inquiry yesterday when questions turned to her 2009 column on Stephen Gately's death.