29th December 2012
Former Stonewall Deputy Chair awarded CBE for services towards gay equality 5
12:10 AM — Liz Grant the former Deputy Chair of Stonewall has joined the charity's co-founder Michael Cashman in being awarded an honour by the Queen in recognition for their work towards LGBT equality.
The Queen honours Michael Cashman MEP with award for fighting for LGBT equality 60
12:00 AM — Michael Cashman, the Labour MEP for the West Midlands has been named a CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) by the Queen in recognition for his tireless fight for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) equality.
14th November 2012
Video: Trailer of gay parenting series The Vessel 8
8:17 PM — The realities of same-sex parenting are being explored in a new Peep Show-style online TV series.
1st June 2012
Comment: Why won’t the Queen embrace the queens? 443
11:51 AM — On one issue, writes Peter Tatchell, the Queen remains curiously out of step with public opinion: whereas most of us now welcome and embrace LGBT people, the Queen has never done so.
16th July 2011
Video: Queen unveils monument at Bletchley Park, home of gay genius codebreaker Alan Turing 34
12:25 PM — The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh yesterday unveiled a monument to commemorate the contribution made by code breakers at Bletchley Park to victory over Nazi Germany in the Second World War. In particular, The Queen paid tribute to the gay codebreaker Alan Turing who was later forced to undergo chemical castration after being convicted of homosexuality.
25th May 2010
Queen discusses Pope’s controversial visit in coalition speech 20
2:57 PM — In her speech today, the Queen outlined the Pope's planned religious activities for his state visit in September. His visit will be the first Papal one ever in the UK, that of Pope John Paul II in 1982 being a papal one. Britain's welcoming of the Pope has not gone down well with the LGBT population.