10th December 2013
Core Issues Trust calls on Court of Appeal to rule against Transport for London’s ban on anti-gay ads 18
2:21 PM — The Court of Appeal has begun hearing the case of Christian charity prevented from advertising anti-gay posters on 24 buses in London.
14th November 2013
Christian Concern: Stonewall need to help us place anti-gay bus adverts on London’s buses 115
2:20 PM — The founder of Christian Concern says in the interest of a “level playing field”, gay rights charity Stonewall should be helping evangelical Christians place anti-gay bus adverts on London’s buses.
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.
28th August 2013
Exclusive: Total Politics apologises for running ‘gay cure’ Core Issues Trust advert 30
10:54 AM — The publisher of Total Politics magazine has apologised for running an advert advocating gay conversion therapy by Core Issues Trust.
29th April 2013
Q&A: LGBT professional business networking with Radius 5
4:02 PM — Tuesday evening sees the latest event for Radius, the London based LGBT professional networking event, this time held at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
3rd April 2013
Greater London Authority ranked a dismal 278th in Stonewall Equality Index 14
6:06 PM — A Freedom of Information request has revealed the Greater London Authority (GLA) was ranked 278th for this year’s Stonewall Workplace Equality Index – falling from second place in 2008.
22nd March 2013
Christian Legal Centre: High Court anti-gay bus ruling is a victory for Christian freedom 79
6:53 PM — The Christian Legal Centre’s Director, Andrea Minichiello Williams, has responded to Friday’s High Court ruling concerning a Transport for London ban on homophobic bus adverts and says it's a “victory” for Christian freedom.
Peter Tatchell: ‘Anti-gay London bus advert ban wrong’ 99
3:22 PM — Responding to Friday’s High Court ruling, Peter Tatchell writes that Core Issues Trust should have been allowed to place anti-gay adverts on buses in the capital – in the name of free speech – despite their offensive message.
UK: Christian group given right to appeal High Court gay ‘cure’ bus advert ruling 15
2:24 PM — A judge at the High Court has granted the Christian group Core Issues Trust permission to appeal Friday’s ruling which deemed a Transport for London ban on homophobic bus adverts lawful.
28th February 2013
London: Christian group tells High Court ‘gay cure’ bus advert ban threatens democracy 50
3:36 PM — A Christian group has told the High Court that a ban on bus adverts which claimed gay people can be "cured" of their sexuality was a "deep threat" to democracy.
27th February 2013
Channel 5′s Wright Stuff to debate over Boris banning ‘gay cure’ bus ads 33
6:53 PM — The Channel 5 morning programme, The Wright Stuff, is to debate over the Mayor of London's decision to ban an ad campaign promoting 'gay cure' therapy, for which he is now facing legal action.
25th February 2013
Boris Johnson to face legal challenge from Christian group over ‘ex-gay’ bus ads 33
5:04 PM — The Mayor of London will appear in court on Thursday to face representatives of Christian groups which claim he denied their free speech by pulling an ad for gay cure therapies from London buses.
17th January 2013
Greater London Authority fails to make Stonewall Workplace Equality Index for fourth year running 8
5:22 PM — An awards ceremony on Wednesday night revealed that the Greater London Authority (GLA) has failed to make the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index for the fourth year running.
12th April 2012
Transport for London bans ‘Some People are Ex-Gay! Get Over It’ adverts after Mayor Boris Johnson intervenes 160
6:47 PM — Transport for London has said that the 'Some People are Ex-Gay! Get Over it!' bus advertisements booked by religious groups will not be allowed to be displayed anywhere on London transport's network.
2nd November 2010
Men accuse TfL of ‘failing to investigate anti-gay tube abuse’ 18
6:41 PM — Three gay friends are considering legal action against Transport for London (TfL) after they say the company failed to properly investigate an incident in which they claim they were subjected to homophobic abuse by a member of tube staff