1st July 2015
Spain could replace Margaret Thatcher Plaza with memorial to gay rights activist 26
6:58 PM — There are proposals in Madrid to replace a plaza dedicated to Margaret Thatcher - who introduced Section 28 in the UK - with a memorial to a gay rights activist.
20th February 2015
Maggie Queen of Soho is coming back to the West End 4
5:57 PM — Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho, a satire based on Section 28, comes to the West End next month.
21st January 2015
Margaret Thatcher, Queen of Soho writes open letter to ‘classist gimp’ Chris Bryant MP 4
11:50 AM — Margaret Thatcher, Queen of Soho has responded to an incident earlier this week in which Labour MP Chris Bryant was called a "classist gimp" by singer James Blunt.
30th December 2014
Thatcher considered banning dildos to protect ‘public decency’ 53
11:17 AM — The late Baroness Thatcher considered banning sex toys when she was Prime Minster, to protect "public decency".
25th December 2014
WATCH: The Christmas Day Broadcast from Margaret Thatcher, Queen of Soho
2:51 PM — Gay icon Margaret Thatcher, Queen of Soho is back with this exclusive Christmas Day message to the readers of PinkNews
30th October 2014
Chile: Augusto Pinochet’s grandson to form ‘patriotic’ and anti-gay party 15
1:28 PM — The grandson of the late Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet has formed a political party with a "patriotic" and anti-gay agenda.
25th September 2014
Bill Nighy: ‘Pride is one of the best jobs I ever had’ 4
3:39 PM — Bill Nighy has called Pride - a British film about gay activists supporting the miners’ strike - one of the best jobs he has ever had.
24th September 2014
Mail columnist shocked that Pride doesn’t give a positive portrayal of Thatcher 19
5:33 PM — Right-wing columnist Stephen Glover appears mystified that a film highlighting Margaret Thatcher’s role in defeating the miners’ strike avoids showing the ex-PM in a favourable light.
21st August 2014
Tories must support statutory sex education, says Thatcher’s Health Minister 6
9:49 AM — Lord Fowler is urging the Tories to back statutory Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) Education, in a bid to safeguard the health and wellbeing of young people.
19th August 2014
Thatcher told me: ‘You mustn’t become known just as the minister for AIDS’ 19
11:52 AM — Lord Fowler has revealed that Margaret Thatcher felt he was in danger of becoming known as the “minister for AIDS” due to his crusade against the epidemic in the late 1980s.
5th August 2014
Thatcher told me: ‘I don’t want anything to do’ with the AIDS campaign 36
2:50 PM — Margaret Thatcher “pursed her lips” over the 1986 government campaign against the AIDS epidemic, refusing to take any responsibility, says Edwina Currie.
15th April 2014
Review: Handbagged succeeds where The Iron Lady failed 8
6:43 PM — Geoffrey Smythe reviews Handbagged for PinkNews, a comedy play about Margaret Thatcher’s relationship with the Queen.
21st March 2014
Gay author wins award for Thatcher book 7
3:57 PM — Writer, columnist and playwright Damian Barr last night won a top award for his memoir of growing up in a small town in Scotland during the Thatcher years.
1st March 2014
Anti-gay marriage MP’s bill for ‘Margaret Thatcher Day’ fails 32
2:59 PM — Conservative MP Peter Bone, a staunch equal marriage opponent, seemingly isn't having a very good week.
21st January 2014
Petition calls for Bank Holiday to be named after Alan Turing amid ‘Margaret Thatcher Day’ controversy 25
7:36 PM — A petition has been started to push the Government to rename the August Bank Holiday after late gay computer genius and codebreaker Alan Turing, rather than after Margaret Thatcher.
29th December 2013
Gay playwright Alan Bennett: ‘Margaret Thatcher was a seriously flawed human being’ 23
2:04 PM — Gay playwright Alan Bennett has blasted Tory MPs who excuse the actions of the late Baroness Margaret Thatcher, calling her a "seriously flawed human being" whose lack of humour shut her off from humanity.
10th December 2013
Video: Facebook celebrates gay equality in key events of 2013 1
2:07 PM — Facebook has released a retrospective video looking at key events over the past year, which includes celebration of various LGBT news events.
15th November 2013
Francis Bacon artwork breaks art auction world record at £89 million 9
12:12 PM — A triptych of portraits by the openly gay artist Francis Bacon has become the most expensive artwork ever sold at an auction, totalling £89.6 million.
11th November 2013
LGBT community urged to mark 10-year repeal of Section 28 by wearing pink 4
3:59 PM — To commemorate 10 years since the repeal of Section 28 in England and Wales, campaigners are asking people all over the UK to wear pink “against prejudice” on Monday 18 November.
28th August 2013
Comment: Will LGBT people fall into matrimony with the arrival of equal marriage? 33
6:13 PM — Gary Powell writes on whether the signing into law of equal marriage for England and Wales will also herald in a new era of social conservatism for the LGBT community.