8th November 2013
US televangelist Pat Robertson voted Stonewall’s Bigot of the Year Award 2013 6
7:10 PM — Pat Robertson, the US televangelist, was named Bigot of the Year at the Stonewall Awards last night.
Corrie star Antony Cotton recalls riots of 1969 in Stonewall Awards’ speech
7:01 PM — In his speech at last night’s Stonewall Awards, Coronation Street actor Antony Cotton invoked the spirit of the 1969 New York riots of which the British charity takes its name from.
Baroness Stowell, Metro newspaper and writer Damian Barr win Stonewall Awards 7
6:35 PM — Communities Minister Baroness Stowell of Beeston, journalist Grace Dent and writer Damian Barr were among the winners at last night's annual Stonewall Awards in central London.
Stonewall accused of snubbing Liberal Democrats at awards ceremony 15
1:59 PM — Two senior Liberal Democrat peers have criticised Stonewall for allegedly snubbing their party’s involvement in the campaign for equal marriage, with Lord Rennard saying “the law was passed at Westminster in spite of Stonewall's initial and wrong headed opposition to it.”
30th October 2013
Peter Tatchell: Stonewall ‘selfish and self-centred’ for not supporting straight civil partnerships 37
4:29 PM — Peter Tatchell has criticised Stonewall's decision not to support civil partnerships for heterosexual couples as "selfish and self-centred" during an Oxford University radio show.
18th October 2013
Boy George suggests boycott of Eminem’s homophobic single 41
1:09 PM — Boy George has criticised US rapper Eminem for using violently homophobic lyrics in his latest single “Rap God”.
17th October 2013
Core Issues Trust seeks immediate injunction to remove London pro-gay bus adverts 71
12:57 PM — Core Issues Trust has lodged papers at the High Court attempting to force Transport for London to remove hundreds of new pro-gay equality posters on the capital’s buses via an injunction.
15th October 2013
Study: Three quarters of hate crime victims never tell police 5
5:07 PM — A new study released today by Stonewall reveals that lesbian, gay and bisexual people are still at substantial risk of suffering violent abuse and intimidation in Britain.
Met Police Commissioner warns against ‘complacency’ in tackling gay hate crime 3
2:19 PM — London’s most senior police officer has commented on new homophobic crime research by saying there should be “no complacency” in tackling the problem in London.
14th October 2013
Will Young voices concern about derogatory use of the word ‘gay’ in schools 6
5:54 PM — Singer Will Young says that children’s use of ‘gay’ as an insult is a problem that is not being dealt with properly in schools.
13th October 2013
YouGov Poll: One in six gay people victim of hate crime 2
11:18 AM — A YouGov poll has shown that one in six gay or bisexual people in the UK has been the victim of homophobic hate crime or abuse in the past three years.
8th October 2013
Welsh Government: Championing gay equality is all the more important at a time of austerity 1
2:46 PM — Welsh Communities Minister Jeff Cuthbert says championing gay equality is all the more important at a time of austerity.
27th September 2013
Amazon and Ebay continue to sell ‘offensive’ Gay Best Friend inflatable doll 10
3:15 PM — Following criticism of Tesco for selling an inflatable “Gay Best Friend” doll – US online retailers Amazon and Ebay are facing pressure to remove the product from their websites.
Tesco ‘very sorry’ for displaying ‘offensive G*y Best Friend’ inflatable doll on website 25
1:14 PM — Tesco has apologised for appearing to sell an inflatable “Gay Best Friend” doll on its website and for allowing the word 'gay' to be censored.
Stonewall: Tesco’s inflatable gay doll ‘is like trying to sell ice to Eskimos’ 29
12:43 PM — The chief executive of gay rights charity Stonewall has criticised supermarket giant Tesco for apparently selling an inflatable “Gay Best Friend” doll.
25th September 2013
Interview: They are GLAAD to meet you 4
2:17 PM — On a recent trip to New York City, PinkNews’ Scott Roberts dropped by the offices of GLAAD – an organisation campaigning for stronger LGBT inclusion by the US media industry.
21st September 2013
Rainbow laces worn against homophobia across FA matches 23
7:47 PM — Players across the English Premier League wore rainbow laces in matches today in support of efforts against homophobia in football.
20th September 2013
Daily Mail writer who said equal marriage would lead to ‘people marrying hamsters’ quits column 43
6:36 PM — A Daily Mail columnist who has used her time at the national newspaper to attack gay rights, including comparing equal marriage to bestiality, and saying that gay people "brainwash children", has left her regular column at the publication.
Stonewall dismisses criticism of Paddy Power rainbow laces campaign 21
3:55 PM — Stonewall has dismissed criticism regarding its campaign against homophobia in football after several Premier League clubs said they wouldn’t be able to support it because of the involvement of Paddy Power.
Manchester United, Spurs and Norwich can’t support rainbow laces campaign due to Paddy Power 35
11:06 AM — Premier League clubs, including Manchester United, Tottenham and Norwich, have refused to back the rainbow laces project because they believe it amounts to an advertising campaign for bookmaker Paddy Power.