23rd February 2015
Stag attack victim Dr Kate Stone appointed to press regulator’s code committee 6
3:54 PM — An academic who took action after a number of newspapers identified her as transgender has been appointed to the press regulator's editors' code committee.
12th May 2014
Stag attack victim Dr Kate Stone celebrates removal of trans references from newspaper articles 7
2:04 PM — Following a life threatening attack on a Cambridge academic by a stag, six national newspapers have admitted that it was irrelevant to include in their reports on the incident that she is transgender.
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.
7th November 2013
PCC says Mirror entitled to publish story about judge visiting ‘gay brothel’ 4
4:06 PM — The Press Complaints Commission has ruled that an article published by the Daily Mirror headlined "Stuart Hall judge visited gay brothel" did not breach the Editors' Code of Practice.
29th May 2013
Daily Mail defends transphobic Richard Littlejohn column despite criticism by Lucy Meadows’ coroner 29
11:40 AM — Following stinging criticism by coroner Michael Singleton, the Daily Mail has defended an article by Richard Littlejohn about transgender primary school teacher Lucy Meadows.
Trans Media Watch calls for press to end ‘character assassination’ of trans people 3
10:47 AM — Trans Media Watch has welcomed the coroner's remarks at the inquest into the death of Lucy Meadows.
13th April 2013
Equality campaigner starts petition to raise awareness of trans issues after the death of Lucy Meadows 22
4:38 PM — Many people were shocked recently by the tragic death of Lucy Meadows. Not all representations of her in the press were complimentary, and some were very nasty. She endured a harrowing time, with the story firstly being picked up by the press in her hometown of Accrington, Lancashire, and later by the national press.
27th March 2013
Over 200,000 sign petition for sacking of Daily Mail columnist Richard Littlejohn over Lucy Meadows article 12
6:39 PM — A petition calling for the sacking of Richard Littlejohn, the Daily Mail columnist who wrote an offensive article about a transgender teacher, has been delivered to the paper's offices.
Lancashire: Inquest opened into death of Lucy Meadows 4
2:09 PM — An inquest has been opened and adjourned into the death of Lucy Meadows, a teacher and trans woman in Lancashire.
26th March 2013
London: Hundreds gather outside Daily Mail offices to remember Lucy Meadows 1
1:08 PM — Up to 300 members of the trans community and supporters gathered outside the Daily Mail offices in central London on Monday evening to hold a candlelit vigil for Lucy Meadows.
Press Complaints Commission receives complaints over Daily Mail Lucy Meadows article 14
11:09 AM — The Press Complaints Commission says it has received a number of complaints about Richard Littlejohn, the Daily Mail columnist who wrote a controversial article about a transgender teacher.
22nd March 2013
Comment: Julie Burchill – the message she is sending to trans people and aspiring writers 20
6:54 PM — Vienna Karakas writes on the Press Complaints Commission's decision regarding a transphobic article by Julie Burchill, and the implications it has for journalism.
Analysis: Trans suicide and the way the media reports the trans community 29
5:43 PM — Following the death of Lucy Meadows, Maeve Regan explores for PinkNews the impact of transphobic language in the media and the findings from the Trans Mental Health Study.
21st March 2013
Observer transphobic Julie Burchill article did not breach Editors’ Code of Practice says PCC 45
10:31 AM — A highly offensive article about the trans community which was written by Julie Burchill and published in the Observer did not breach the Editors’ Code of Practice, the Press Complaints Commission has ruled.
18th January 2013
Observer’s readers’ editor says ‘it was wrong’ to publish transphobic slurs 62
6:00 PM — The Observer’s readers’ editor, Stephen Pritchard, has issued his full response into the paper’s decision to publish a transphobic article by Julie Burchill.
Press Complaints Commission to investigate Julie Burchill’s transphobic article 8
3:02 PM — The Press Complaints Commission is to launch an inquiry into the Observer's decision to publish a transphobic article by Julie Burchill.
18th February 2010
Tatchell attacks PCC ruling on Jan Moir 39
6:36 PM — Gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has criticised the Press Complaints Commission for rejecting complaints over Daily Mail writer Jan Moir. Mr Tatchell argued that the watchdog should be disbanded.
Comment: The PCC should not be dismantled 37
4:31 PM — The Press Complaints Commission made the correct decision about Jan Moir's article on Stephen Gately. Despite the inevitable calls for it to be dismantled and replaced with a statutory body, a free press is the watchdog of a true democracy.
PCC rejects complaint over Jan Moir’s Stephen Gately article 47
11:23 AM — The Press Complaints Commission has rejected a complaint from Stephen Gately's civil partner over a Daily Mail article about his death.
4th January 2010
Trans woman wins complaint against newspaper for ‘tranny’ headline 22
1:14 PM — The Press Complaints Commission has ruled that a Belfast newspaper breached the press code of practice for calling a trans woman a "tranny". Keira McCormack complained she had been deeply insulted by the November 1st 2009 article in the Sunday Life.