3rd December 2013
Launch of older LGBT housing guide in Manchester 2
11:01 AM — Stonewall Housing and the Manchester Older LGBT Housing group have announced the launch of “The North West Housing Guide for the older LGBT community”.
2nd December 2013
Lib Dem MP John Leech disappointed at delay to Alan Turing pardon bill 2
4:06 PM — Liberal Democrat MP John Leech has expressed disappointment that his bill to pardon gay mathematician and computer scientist Alan Turing has been delayed following opposition by a single Tory MP.
29th November 2013
Manchester Police Commissioner: ‘HIV does not discriminate and neither should society’ 4
11:49 AM — Greater Manchester’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tony Lloyd, says agencies and communities need to support those living with HIV and encourage them to come forward if they have been a victim of hate crime or discrimination.
25th November 2013
Man arrested on suspicion of threatening to kidnap two rent boys involved in Paul Flowers scandal
1:18 PM — A man has been arrested on suspicion of threatening to kidnap two rent boys involved in the Paul Flowers scandal.
20th November 2013
Manchester Police Commissioner urges for more action to tackle transphobic hate crime
3:52 PM — The region’s Police and Crime Commissioner is calling on Greater Manchester people to take a stand against hate crime directed at the trans community.
14th November 2013
Manchester: Lesbian couple sue NHS after hospital prevented them from accessing IVF 12
11:58 AM — A lesbian couple in Manchester are taking legal action against the NHS after claiming they were turned down for fertility treatment because they are in a same-sex relationship.
12th November 2013
Manchester Pride vows to increase charitable donations following criticism 7
12:14 PM — Manchester Pride says it’s confident it will be able to increase donations made to LGBT charities following criticism by community figures that it’s simply not giving enough.
31st October 2013
Manchester: Community health centre receives LGBT award
3:14 PM — A medical centre in Manchester has received a bronze award for its efforts to be fully LGBT inclusive.
16th October 2013
Lesbian and Gay Foundation receives award for gonorrhoea poster
3:44 PM — Manchester’s Lesbian and Gay Foundation (LGF) has been honoured for its sexual health advocacy work.
6th October 2013
Body found in a bag Manchester’s gay village canal
9:53 PM — Greater Manchester Police has confirmed that a body has been recovered from a canal in the heart of Manchester's gay scene.
2nd October 2013
David Cameron praises gay tolerance in Tory conference speech 23
12:42 PM — Prime Minister David Cameron listed Britain’s acceptance of people who are gay as one of many reasons to be proud of the country in his keynote speech at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester.
26th September 2013
Police release CCTV image after homophobic abuse on Leeds-Huddersfield train
11:28 AM — Police have released an image of a man they want to trace in connection with an incident of homophobic abuse on a train between Leeds and Huddersfield on 10 September.
3rd September 2013
Police appeal for information after homophobic graffiti found on Manchester residence 1
4:35 PM — Manchester police are appealing for information after a house in Golborne was found covered in homophobic graffiti.
21st August 2013
BNP leader Nick Griffin calls gay Asian Manchester man ‘poof’ on Twitter 44
2:13 PM — BNP leader Nick Griffin is once again under fire for making homophobic and racist remarks on Twitter.
19th August 2013
Manchester: Football fans gather for anti-homophobia conference 2
12:13 PM — An international conference on homophobia in football has taken place in Manchester.
8th August 2013
Scotland: Petition calls for Glasgow to cut cultural ties with Russian twin city over anti-gay laws 3
12:58 PM — A petition has been started to have Glasgow City Council break cultural ties with its Russian twin city Rostov on Don, over recently passed anti-gay legislation in Russia.
7th August 2013
UK: National Transgender Memorial vandalised 22
2:14 PM — A memorial to remember victims of transphobic hate crime has been vandalised in Manchester.
2nd August 2013
Manchester Council calls on Russia’s St Petersburg to drop anti-gay laws 23
11:51 AM — Manchester City Council is urging the Russian city of St Petersburg to drop its homophobic censorship laws.
26th July 2013
Petition calls for Manchester to cut cultural ties with St Petersburg over anti-gay laws 20
5:32 PM — A petition has been started to have Manchester City Council cut its cultural ties with Russian city St Petersburg, over recently passed anti-gay legislation in Russia.
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.