15th October 2013
Met Police Commissioner warns against ‘complacency’ in tackling gay hate crime 3
2:19 PM — London’s most senior police officer has commented on new homophobic crime research by saying there should be “no complacency” in tackling the problem in London.
14th October 2013
Comment: Understanding the minds of people who commit hate crime 9
7:15 PM — As part of National Hate Crime Awareness Week, Raimondo Carta from the London Probation Trust writes for PinkNews on the challenges of rehabilitating those who commit homophobic and racist offences.
11th October 2013
Get set for the National AIDS Trust’s Wig Party 2013
5:26 PM — The National AIDS Trust has announced details of this month's annual Wig Party in central London on Sunday 27 October - and it's receiving the support of TV star Graham Norton.
10th October 2013
London: Couple receive anti-gay abuse from man on train
5:14 PM — Police have released CCTV image of a man they are looking to trace in connection with a homophobic incident on board a train in London.
Gay rights campaigners to protest today outside Gambian High Commission in London 3
11:34 AM — A protest is taking place this afternoon outside the Gambian High Commission in London in response to last month’s homophobic remarks by Gambia’s President.
8th October 2013
Labour MP Steve Reed appointed Shadow Home Office minister 1
5:55 PM — South London Labour MP Steve Reed has been made a Shadow Home Office minister in the party’s reshuffle.
London: Annie Lennox opens new centre for HIV and sexual health 4
1:29 PM — Singer and HIV campaigner Annie Lennox has opened a new HIV and sexual health centre in east London.
7th October 2013
London loses out to Paris in fight to host Gay Games 10
10:39 PM — The 2018 Gay Games will be held in Paris, after London lost out in the final decision on where to host the games.
Boris Johnson urges Tory activists to reselect gay MP Crispin Blunt 1
7:18 PM — Boris Johnson says he hopes gay MP Crispin Blunt is reselected as the 2015 Tory candidate for Reigate and has quashed speculation that he was eyeing up the seat for a possible return to Parliament.
4th October 2013
Comment: Drug use on the gay scene needs to be acknowledged in the fight against HIV 13
2:36 PM — Patrick Cash from QX writes that the correlation between drug use and gay men becoming HIV positive throughout much of London's scene is an example of a "syndemic".
2nd October 2013
Islamic preacher who called for gays ‘to be thrown off mountain’ to speak at London conference 101
2:20 PM — Several anti-gay Islamic preachers are due to speak at a faith conference in north London this weekend, campaign group Hope Not Hate has said.
1st October 2013
Gay former Tory mayor: Same-sex marriage act is a ‘silly and dreadful’ law 60
12:04 PM — Brian Coleman, the gay former Conservative London Assembly Member and ex-mayor of Barnet, has described the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act as a “silly” and “dreadful” piece of legislation.
26th September 2013
London gay bar invites back man with MS who was denied entry due to his wheelchair 21
6:58 PM — The management of a gay bar in London's Old Compton Street is to apologise to a patron who said he was turned away because he was in a wheelchair, and has admitted the situation was badly handled.
25th September 2013
London Evening Standard says ‘Give us the Gay Games’ 7
2:49 PM — The London Evening Standard has used an editorial to argue the case for the capital to host the 2018 Gay Games - ahead of next month's decision.
18th September 2013
Mayor of London: I won’t end twinning arrangement with Moscow despite anti-gay laws 18
1:33 PM — Boris Johnson believes it would be wrong to break the capital's cultural ties with Moscow because of anti-gay legislation passed by the Russian Parliament - although the senior Tory "is deeply concerned" by the situation.
17th September 2013
National Student Pride moves to London for 2014 2
4:38 PM — After five years in Brighton, it's been announced Student Pride 2014 will take place in London on 21-23 February.
Gay historian and police advisor Stephen Bourne nominated for blue plaque 6
3:10 PM — London historian and Metropolitan Police Advisor Stephen Bourne, has been nominated for a Blue Plaque in the borough of Southwark.
16th September 2013
Fake gay couple were never removed from McDonald’s, says company 64
6:27 PM — Two students, who pretended to be gay, weren't banned or asked to leave a McDonald's in Kingston, south-west London, the fast food chain has said.
13th September 2013
Feature: Book a last minute ticket with iDBUS and Go to the Techno Parade
1:39 PM — This Saturday Paris will celebrate its fifteenth anniversary of the Techno Parade. So why not grab yourself a last minute bargain and take a coach trip from London to Paris.
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.