16th February 2014
The Mail and a Tory MP blame gay pride and Stonewall mugs for poor flood preparations 56
11:27 AM — Why weren't there enough sandbags to prevent flooding during the UK storms? Because too much money was spent on Stonewall mugs and gay pride.
13th February 2014
UK: National Crime Agency launches internet safety site for gay teens 8
12:01 AM — PinkNews exclusive The National Crime Agency have updated their internet safety advice to include specialised advice for LGBT teens.
10th February 2014
Stonewall: Gay teens more likely to ‘sext’ than heterosexuals 3
6:53 PM — Stonewall says gay youngsters are more likely to send and receive sexually explicit material.
29th January 2014
Tory councillor ‘disturbed’ over Ian McKellen school visit nominated for mayor 11
2:44 PM — A Tory councillor who was "unhappy and disturbed" that gay actor Sir Ian McKellen had been visiting Bristol schools with Stonewall has been nominated for Lord Mayor.
27th January 2014
Judge: Boris Johnson’s office aparently sought to make ‘political capital’ over anti-gay ad ban 18
3:02 PM — Boris Johnson and evangelical activists have both welcomed a Court of Appeal ruling over the 2012 decision to ban anti-gay adverts on London’s buses
Comment: Stonewall’s complicated relationship with trans activists is based on old arguments 27
2:54 PM — Writing for PinkNews, Lib Dem councillor Sarah Brown reflects on the sometimes fraught relationship between Stonewall and trans activists, and says she hopes they can work together going forward.
Transport for London ban on anti-gay adverts put in doubt by Court of Appeal ruling 28
12:39 PM — A Christian 'ex-gay' charity has won a court appeal over the banning of their adverts on London buses.
24th January 2014
Labour MEP Michael Cashman pays tribute to Stonewall CEO by applauding him for letting go 14
2:10 PM — One of the co-founders of Stonewall, Labour MEP Michael Cashman, has paid tribute to its chief executive, Ben Summerskill, following his decision to leave the charity, saying “you have to have the courage to let go”.
23rd January 2014
Stonewall co-founder: Ben Summerskill’s departure is a chance to renew relationships and reassess strategy 12
8:05 PM — One of the founding members of gay rights charity Stonewall has commented on the announcement of the resignation of Chief Executive Ben Summerskill to say it is a chance to "renew relationships with other organisations and reassess it's strategy."
Comment: Stonewall does great work for gay kids but what about anti-trans bullying? 27
7:21 PM — Transgender broadcaster and journalist Paris Lees writes on trans bullying in schools, and asks why Stonewall campaigns only against anti-gay bullying, and not anti-trans.
Stonewall to have ‘lots of conversations’ including with trans groups, following Chief Exec resignation 33
6:01 PM — The Deputy Chief Executive of gay rights charity Stonewall says she will not rule out beginning a new dialogue with trans groups, following the resignation of Chief Executive Ben Summerskill.
Ben Summerskill resigns as Chief Executive of gay lobbying charity Stonewall 46
3:27 PM — Stonewall today announced that Ben Summerskill has handed in his resignation as Chief Executive of Stonewall.
17th January 2014
College where lecturer compared gays to Nazis ‘delighted’ to be on Stonewall’s equality index 13
5:40 PM — Newham College, which previously employed homophobic lecturer Dr Mark Walcott, says it's "delighted" to have been named one of Britain's top gay employers by Stonewall.
Stonewall names college with lecturer who compared gays to Nazis as a top gay employer 14
2:22 PM — Stonewall has defended placing Newham College in a list of Britain’s top gay friendly employers, even though the college’s principal was recently forced to step down due to the homophobic remarks of disgraced lecturer Dr Mark Walcott.
13th January 2014
Stonewall launches ‘One is gay. Does that bother people?’ campaign 13
12:50 PM — Stonewall has launched a new high-profile advertising campaign to eradicate workplace homophobia “once and for all”.
30th December 2013
Comment: The word Gay 17
5:53 PM — Journalist Patrick Cash writes on why it is not acceptable to use gay as an insult.
4th December 2013
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger denies paper outed gay GCHQ staff 10
11:08 AM — The revelation that GCHQ has an LGBT pride group became a source of amusement during Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger’s testimony in front of MPs on Tuesday.
28th November 2013
Poll finds that Church of England sexuality report is ‘out of touch with Anglicans’ 6
2:56 PM — As a report on human sexuality is published recommending that the Church of England should offer blessings to same-sex married couples and tackle homophobia, polls suggest that even the report is out of touch with Anglicans, a majority of whom now support same-sex marriage.
26th November 2013
Welsh First Minister promises action against ‘totally unacceptable’ anti-gay language 1
6:24 PM — First Minister Carwyn Jones has thrown his support behind a new campaign to tackle homophobic language in Wales’ schools, branding homophobic language as “totally unacceptable”.
21st November 2013
Equalities Minister Jo Swinson launches funding initiative to understand anti-LGBT bullying in schools 6
1:06 PM — An new initiative to help drive out homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in secondary schools was launched today in an East London school by Minister for Women and Equalities Jo Swinson this morning, during Anti- Bullying Week.