4th August 2014
Northern Ireland: Letting agent awarded £20,000 after being labelled gay online
4:56 PM — A letting agent has been awarded damages by a court, over internet posts which claimed he was gay.
14th April 2014
UK: ‘Mr X’ TV Comedian attempts to contact family of suicide teen he had relationship with
4:05 PM — An unnamed TV comedian who had a relationship with an 18-year-old fashion student before he killed himself has attempted to contact the boy's family to explain.
4th February 2014
Graham Norton: ‘Unbelievable’ that anti-gay marriage group were paid damages for being called ‘homophobes’ 11
6:19 PM — Graham Norton has criticised Irish broadcaster RTÉ for paying €85,000 in damages to an anti-gay marriage group, after a drag artist labelled them "homophobes".
3rd February 2014
Ireland: Anti-gay marriage group win damages after drag queen calls them homophobes 68
1:34 PM — Ireland's state broadcaster RTÉ has been forced to pay out €85,000 (£70,000) in damages to journalists and members of the Iona Institute, after they were labelled 'homophobes' on a chat show.
23rd April 2013
New Zealand: Conservative Party leader threatens to sue satirical website for ‘big gay rainbow’ article 12
6:56 PM — The leader of New Zealand's Conservative Party has taken offence at a satirical news story written about himself, and another MP, who made a now famous speech around equal marriage, and has threatened legal action.
28th September 2012
John Travolta wins latest ‘gay spa’ legal case 27
11:35 AM — Hollywood actor John Travolta has won another legal case over allegations about his private life.
9th July 2011
How the News of the World threatened PinkNews after Ashley Cole expose 48
7:33 PM — Five years ago, PinkNews.co.uk became entangled in one of the most complex libel disputes in recent times between the News of the World and the footballer Ashley Cole. Legal threats against PinkNews.co.uk made by the News of the World could have threatened this publication with closure. As the News of the World prepares to publish its last edition, we look back at this extraordinary case.