9th May 2013
Former police chief Lord Dear: Same-sex marriage will provoke backlash against gays 91
10:28 PM — The former Chief Constable of West Midlands Police, Lord (Geoffrey) Dear, Baron of Willersey in the County of Gloucestershire, has told the House of Lords that introducing same-sex marriage could "create such opposition to homosexuals in general that the climate of tolerance and acceptance in this country that we have all championed and supported and seen flourish over recent years could well be set back by decades."
Lancashire: Lesbians sprayed with lemonade and attacked by gang of men on board train 7
10:35 AM — Three women were subjected to homophobic abuse and attacked by a gang of men on a train in Lancashire.
8th May 2013
Police arrest suspect in connection with Brighton gay man’s death
6:43 PM — Police have arrested a man in connection with the death of Michael Polding, a gay man who was found murdered in his Brighton flat in July 2012.
3rd May 2013
Ireland: Parishioners angry at arrival of priest who projected gay porn at school parents meeting 11
2:09 PM — Parishioners at the new parish of a priest who projected gay porn during a meeting with parents at a Northern Ireland school, are "wary" over his upcoming arrival.
1st May 2013
Russia: Parades to demonstrate for gay rights in Moscow and St Petersburg, despite anti-gay law 18
1:41 AM — Parades of gay rights demonstrators will take to the streets of Moscow and St Petersburg today, despite a law in the latter, which prohibits the "promotion" of homosexuality.
25th April 2013
US: Attacker used dating apps to rob and rape gay men 4
6:59 PM — Police in the US state of Washington say a man used gay dating phone apps to set up encounters with gay men at remote locations and then robbed them at gunpoint.
24th April 2013
Metropolitan Police: Homophobic crime down across London 27
2:01 PM — Homophobic crime across London has fallen by 12.7%, latest statistics from the Metropolitan Police Service show.
22nd April 2013
Kent: No further action to be taken over former youth crime commissioner’s anti-gay tweets 6
11:17 AM — Former youth police and crime commissioner Paris Brown will not face prosecution over homophobic and racist comments she made on Twitter.
19th April 2013
UK: Thames Valley sees rise in recorded homophobic crime 5
12:58 PM — Thames Valley Police have recorded an increase in homophobic crime across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
18th April 2013
Gloucestershire: British Transport Police seek to identify youth over homophobic incident 7
1:41 PM — Police are appealing for help in identifying a youth after a train manager was the victim of homophobic abuse in Gloucestershire.
France: 4 people detained over gay bar attack 8
12:00 PM — France’s Interior Ministry says four people have been detained on suspicion of carrying out an attack at a gay bar in Lille.
16th April 2013
Paris: Police arrest scores of anti-gay marriage protesters 20
10:36 AM — Around 70 protesters demonstrating against equal marriage have been arrested in Paris.
12th April 2013
Zambia: Gay rights activist Paul Kasonkomona granted bail 1
10:52 AM — A gay rights activist and HIV campaigner has been granted bail in Zambia, having called for same-sex relationships to be decriminalised.
11th April 2013
Manchester: Five charged in connection with Gay Village death
6:33 PM — Five people have been charged with manslaughter over the death of a man who drowned in Manchester's Gay Village.
10th April 2013
Anti-gay US-born Israeli terrorist jailed for killing two Palestinians 7
3:05 PM — A US-born West Bank settler, who previously suggested Molotov cocktails should be used at those taking part in a gay pride event, has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of two Palestinians.
9th April 2013
Sussex Police tipped to become the next force to record attacks on subculture groups 2
5:45 PM — Sussex Police could become the next force in the country to recognise alternative subculture as a recordable motivation for hate crime.
UK’s first youth crime commissioner quits following backlash over abusive tweets 10
3:38 PM — Britain's first youth crime commissioner has quit, following a backlash which came after homophobic, racist and violent tweets were sent from her personal Twitter account.
MPs call for resignation of youth crime commissioner over abusive tweets 27
12:46 AM — MPs have weighed in to call for Britain's first youth crime commissioner to resign after abusive tweets sent from her personal Twitter account were revealed at the weekend.
8th April 2013
Zambia: Gay rights activist arrested for ‘inciting indecent activities’ 1
7:07 PM — Zambian activist, Paul Kasonkomona, was arrested on Sunday following a television appearance in which he argued for gay rights.
5th April 2013
Sydney: Gay rights campaigner pleads not guilty to police assault charge 4
6:15 PM — A gay rights campaigner has pleaded not guilty to charges of assaulting police and resisting arrest at last month's Sydney Mardi Gras.