4th February 2015
Ireland: Government launches push to tackle homophobia in primary schools 7
2:58 PM — The Irish government has launched its first resource to help primary school teachers tackle homophobic bullying.
Manchester gay venue Eden Bar denies closure reports
1:53 PM — One of the bars at the heart of Manchester's gay village has denied reports that it is closing for good.
2nd February 2015
Richard Wilson: I didn’t mind being outed by the press 18
12:18 PM — One Foot in the Grave actor Richard Wilson has opened up about being outed by the press.
Church of England evangelical comes out as gay 107
11:58 AM — An influential evangelical within the Church of England has come out as a lesbian.
1st February 2015
Northern Ireland: Hundreds rally against DUP bill that would permit anti-gay discrimination 14
4:57 PM — Over a thousand people have attended a protest against a planned 'conscience clause' bill, that would permit anti-gay discrimination.
30th January 2015
Music festival bans men from carrying handbags 24
4:49 PM — A music festival in Manchester has imposed a ban on 'man-bags'.
US: Virginia lawmakers kill bill that would allow anti-gay discrimination 15
1:23 PM — Lawmakers in Virginia have successfully stopped a bill that would have legalised discrimination against LGBT people.
James Blunt defends ‘joke’ about dropping the soap near David Cameron 53
12:38 PM — James Blunt has defended making a joke about 'dropping the soap' near David Cameron and Boris Johnson.
28th January 2015
France: Court rules that gay Moroccan can marry French partner 4
7:44 PM — A court in France has ruled that a Moroccan should be allowed to marry their French same-sex partner, in spite of a long-standing convention between the two countries.
Brighton head condemns government for excluding gay rights from ‘British values’ push 17
2:46 PM — The head of a leading independent school in Brighton has criticized the government - for failing to include gay rights in its push to promote 'British values' in schools.
Swedish swimming pool opens gender neutral changing rooms 12
1:41 PM — A swimming pool has opened in Sweden that is specially designed to cater for the LGBT community.
27th January 2015
New Holocaust memorial should honour gay victims, Commission says 10
7:03 PM — David Cameron's Holocaust Commission has recommended that a new National Memorial should recognise all victims of Nazi persecution, including gays.
David Cameron remembers gay victims of the Nazis on Holocaust Memorial Day 10
4:33 PM — On Holocaust Memorial Day, Prime Minister David Cameron pays tribute to all those who were persecuted by the Nazis, including gay people.
ABC making sitcom about Dan Savage’s life 9
2:35 PM — ABC has ordered a comedy pilot about the life of gay activist Dan Savage.
26th January 2015
US: New Maryland governor axes LGBT anti-discrimination regulations 16
1:41 PM — Maryland's new Republican governor has axed anti-discrimination provisions, just days into his term in office.
25th January 2015
Student athletes tackle homophobia with ‘You Don’t Say’ campaign 7
3:01 PM — Student athletes at Duke University are taking part in a powerful campaign to challenge homophobia, transphobia, and other prejudice.
British Army general set to come out as gay 17
12:47 PM — A British Army general could be about to make history, by coming out as gay.
23rd January 2015
Yet another Soho gay bar could be facing closure 29
8:01 PM — Yet another Soho bar is battling to stay open, after the building's owners filed plans for redevelopment.
22nd January 2015
Could you be the next LGBT Senior Organiser for the NUT?
11:47 AM — The National Union of Teachers is looking for a new LGBT Senior Organiser based in the Eastern or London regions of England.
21st January 2015
Review: Will Cucumber and Banana be the next ‘Queer as Folk’? 20
9:01 PM — Russell T Davies' new gay dramas, Cucumber and Banana, are set to kick off tomorrow. PinkNews reporter Nick Duffy takes a sneak peek at the first episodes.