18th September 2013
California court to decide whether gay juror was wrongly dismissed from HIV drug case
3:28 PM — A federal appeals court in San Francisco will today consider whether a constitutional ban on excluding someone from a jury due to race or gender should be extended to cover sexual orientation.
26th July 2013
Nottingham: Gay man sues cinema chain over claims he was sacked due to his sexuality 5
11:59 AM — A gay man in Nottingham has taken cinema chain Cineworld to court over claims he was sacked due to his sexuality.
3rd July 2013
US: Catholic school president quits his job after revealing he has been in a same-sex relationship for 18 years 22
5:09 PM — The president of a Catholic school in Minnesota has resigned after revealing that he has been in a same-sex relationship for nearly two decades.
21st June 2013
UK: Anti-gay Christian B&B owner takes case to Court of Appeal 69
12:57 PM — A Christian guest house owner who was found to have discriminated against a Cambridgeshire gay couple has taken her case to the Court of Appeal.
20th June 2013
Ireland: Lesbian couple win discrimination case against restaurant 5
4:50 PM — Two lesbian employees in Ireland have been awarded a total of 15,000 euros after suffering harassment and sexual harassment whilst working at a restaurant in Cork.
29th May 2013
UK: Lesbian couple who suffered ‘cruel and malicious’ bullying win discrimination case 2
4:36 PM — A lesbian former chief executive and her partner have won a sexual orientation discrimination case against a company they both previously worked for.
25th April 2013
Romanian football club asked to prove it’s not homophobic with patron saying gays ‘must be kept in enclosures’ 14
4:00 PM — The European Court of Justice has criticised Romanian football club, Steaua Bucarest, over years of homophobic comments from its patron and former MEP George Becali.
Oregon: Gay former principal close to resolving legal dispute with school district 2
1:09 PM — A gay principal in Oregon who says he has been forced to quit his job because of homophobic discrimination is said to be close to resolving a legal dispute.
5th March 2013
US: Gay couple asked to leave shopping centre for kissing and holding hands 11
2:54 PM — A gay couple was asked to leave a California shopping centre for innocently kissing and holding hands in public, it is claimed.
11th January 2013
Serbia: Court makes landmark ruling against homophobic discrimination 8
3:38 AM — A court in a city in northern Serbia set a legal precedent when it fined a man for discriminating against a work colleague because he was gay.
20th January 2012
Virginia gay adoption battle kicks off 1
5:35 PM — At the General Assembly in Richmond, Virginia, a battle is heating up over whether adoption agencies should be allowed to discriminate against prospective parents based on their sexual orientation.
21st December 2011
Lesbian couple sues Hawaii B&B which turned them away for being gay 19
12:37 PM — A gay couple from the US are suing a hotel for discrimination, saying the owner denied them a room because of their sexuality. The case bears several similarities to the ongoing dispute in the UK regarding two Christian private hotel owners who refused a gay couple a room because they were unmarried.
16th December 2011
Labour MEPs pledge support for Equal Love campaign in Europe 44
11:49 AM — All Labour's representatives at the European Parliament have signed their support for the Equal Love campaign, which aims to allow equal access for gay and straight couples to civil partnerships and marriage.
9th December 2011
Comment: Why does the equality minister oppose marriage equality? by Peter Tatchell 26
3:22 PM — Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell claims that the Liberal Democrat equality minister, Lynne Featherstone, does not support equality because she hasn't backed religious gay marriages or straight civil partnerships.
20th June 2011
Hotel workers win compensation over anti-gay bullying 17
3:46 PM — Two hotel workers who were mocked and called gay by their boss have won their claims for discrimination. Head chef Martin Owen and manager Andrew Roberts-Evans successfully claimed sex discrimination against Simon Buckley, the director of the Grapes Hotel, in Maentwrog, Snowdonia.
20th May 2011
Gay LAPD sergeant wins $1m in discrimination case 23
3:24 PM — An openly gay Los Angeles Police Department sergeant has been awarded $1.16 million (£700,000) after winning his case for discrimination. Ronald Crump, 39, has worked for the LAPD for 16 years. He claimed he was harassed after he claimed about a supervisor's treatment of him because he is gay.
15th April 2011
Rev Jesse Jackson denies harassing gay employee 13
4:23 PM — Civil rights leader Jesse Jackson has denied claims he harassed and ridiculed a gay employee. Tommy Bennett, who worked for Rev Jackson's civil rights group Rainbow PUSH from 2007-2009, alleges that his co-workers discriminated against him because he is gay.
18th January 2011
Gay couple win case over hotel ban 549
10:34 AM — A gay couple have won their case against the owners of a hotel after being refused a double room. Martin Hall and Steven Preddy, who are civil partners, sued devout Christians Peter and Hazelmary Bull for sexual orientation discrimination.
17th January 2011
Ruling expected on gay hotel ban 22
5:09 PM — A judge is expected to rule tomorrow (Tuesday) on whether a hotel can lawfully bar gay couples. Peter and Hazelmary Bull, who own the Chymorvah Private Hotel in Cornwall, are being sued for discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation by a gay couple.
8th December 2010
Hotel owners sued after banning gay couple from sharing a room 136
11:04 AM — The Christian owners of a seaside hotel are being sued by a gay couple they refused a double room to. Peter and Hazelmary Bull, who own the Chymorvah Private Hotel in Cornwall, refused to let civil partners Martin Hall and Steven Preddy stay in a room with a double bed in 2008.