9th September 2013
London HIV charity marks 25 years of nutrition services for people living with HIV 2
1:23 PM — London HIV charity The Food Chain is marking 25 years of nutrition services for people living with HIV with a 25km walk.
5th September 2013
Video: InterTech Diversity Forum panel discussion on LGBT start-ups at Google London 2
2:28 PM — The first in a series of panel discussions featuring LGBT members of the start up community took place in London yesterday evening, hosted by the InterTech Diversity Forum.
2nd September 2013
London: Demonstration against Russian anti-gay laws to take place on Tuesday 5
5:07 PM — A demonstration against anti-gay laws introduced in Russia in June will take place in London tomorrow.
29th August 2013
London: Teenager who suffered anti-gay bullying at school found dead 23
12:01 PM — A 15-year-old girl who suffered bullying of a homophobic nature has been found dead in south-east London.
28th August 2013
Exclusive: Total Politics apologises for running ‘gay cure’ Core Issues Trust advert 30
10:54 AM — The publisher of Total Politics magazine has apologised for running an advert advocating gay conversion therapy by Core Issues Trust.
23rd August 2013
London minicab driver sacked for calling gay couple “dirty” and throwing them out of cab 27
6:23 PM — A driver for London's largest minicab firm Addison Lee has lost his job for calling a gay couple "dirty" and ejecting them from his car for holding hands.
22nd August 2013
London teacher: ‘Why shouldn’t faith schools criticise gays?’ 104
1:49 PM — A college teacher in north-west London has argued that faith schools should be allowed to criticise people’s sexual orientation.
London vigil for murdered Jamaican trans teenager 4
11:59 AM — A vigil will be held next week outside the Jamaican Embassy in London in memory of murdered transgender teenager Dwayne Jones.
20th August 2013
London to stage September protest against homophobia in Russia 6
2:09 PM — Another demonstration against Russia’s anti-gay laws is due to take place in central London next month two days before the G20 summit opens in the Russian city of St Petersburg.
14th August 2013
South London: Gay men to be offered free HIV home sampling kits when returning home from clubs 41
11:39 AM — Gay and bisexual men heading home from a night out in south London are for the first time to be offered free home sampling kits to find out their HIV status.
12th August 2013
London: Police investigate homophobic attack on Piccadilly line tube train
4:48 PM — Police are appealing for witnesses following a violent homophobic attack onboard a tube train in west London.
9th August 2013
Study: One in eight gay people and 75% of trans people the target of hate crime each year in UK 4
3:08 PM — A report released about anti-LGBT hate crimes in London has found that despite the number of crimes reported to police being on the decline, the LGBT community is still experiencing high levels of abuse, with 75% of trans people and one in eight gay people the victim of a hate crime each year in the UK.
2nd August 2013
Feature: Get on your bike for the London to Brighton Cycle in aid of Terrence Higgins Trust 8
5:39 PM — Fancy a challenge this autumn? Get on your bike and sign up for the London to Brighton Cycle in aid of Terrence Higgins Trust.
Stage actor slams audience member for shouting homophobic abuse during performance 25
3:20 PM — An actor in London took it upon himself to take a stand against homophobia, as he chastised an audience member for making a homophobic comment during the embrace of two male characters.
UK: Around 100 LGBT hate crimes are recorded each week by police 21
2:00 PM — A new report by hate crime charity Galop shows that although crime rates may be dropping, LGBT people are still experiencing high levels of abuse in the UK.
26th July 2013
London: Two men arrested over homophobic assault onboard train
5:41 PM — Two men have been arrested in connection with a homophobic incident onboard a train travelling through south-east London.
25th July 2013
Terrence Higgins Trust: HIV prevention work in London needs to focus more on the link between drugs and sex 27
1:22 PM — Commenting on today's HIV research in The Lancet, Terrence Higgins Trust has urged "for a greater focus" in London on helping gay men who are encountering difficulties with drugs and safer sex.
Department of Health ‘concerned’ by rising HIV stats for gay and bisexual men in London 56
11:04 AM — The Department of Health says there is "anecdotal evidence from drug and alcohol clinics in London that recreational or club drug use amongst gay men" could be linked to rising HIV infection rates.
24th July 2013
Albert Kennedy Trust opens housing project for young homeless LGBT people 10
1:06 PM — The LGBT youth homeless charity the Albert Kennedy Trust has announced the launch of its ‘Purple Door’ housing project for LGBT young people facing homelessness.
15th July 2013
Nick Clegg: London winning the Gay Games could change the perception of LGBT people in sport 13
2:08 PM — Speaking to PinkNews.co.uk, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says London hosting the Gay Games in 2018 will make a huge difference to the perception of LGBT people and sport.