23rd April 2012
Sheffield: Call for public art tribute to early gay activist Edward Carpenter 12
2:28 PM — A new community group has been set up in Sheffield to campaign for a permanent public tribute to Edward Carpenter.
16th April 2012
Gay dean: Leak culprit should be found before new Archbishop of Canterbury appointed 22
11:42 AM — The Church of England's most senior openly gay cleric has said the source of leaked documents which cost him an appointment as Bishop of Southwark must be found before a replacement for the Archbishop of Canterbury is decided.
10th April 2012
Three admit drunken assault after anti-gay taunts 29
9:58 AM — Two women and a man have admitted drunkenly assaulting a man outside a gay pub saying they were provoked by his gestures through the window and homophobic taunts.
22nd March 2012
Northern Ireland Attorney General: Ban on gay adoption will remain 37
5:43 PM — There are no plans to retract the ban on gay and unmarried couples from adopting children in Northern Ireland, the country’s Attorney General has said.
New anti-homophobia Sports Charter logo unveiled 5
4:03 PM — The logo for the government's pro-LGBT sports initiative was unveiled today, coinciding with the anniversary of the Sports Charter's launch.
13th March 2012
Tory LGBT group claims Ken Livingstone ‘riddled with hypocrisy’ 56
3:58 PM — Members of the Conservative party's LGBTory group held a protest outside Ken Livingstone's Soho fundraiser last night accusing the mayoral candidate of being 'riddled with hypocrisy'.
Gay dean: Church of England’s relationship with gays is ‘a disaster’ 51
9:48 AM — Dr Jeffrey John, who has twice lost out on a post as bishop because of his public homosexuality, says his denomination has become the 'last refuge of prejudice' and is treating gay relationships as 'inferior' to straight ones.
12th March 2012
Poll: Australia leads Britain and US in support for equal marriage 23
5:45 PM — Australia is leading Britain and the US in its support for the implementation of equal gay marriage rights, a poll released today suggests.
Comment: Marriage would be an unnecessary victory roll for gay rights, David Coburn argues 127
3:48 PM — Last week, David Coburn, UKIP’s openly gay London Regional Chairman, said the government was 'picking a fight’ with religious people in Britain over plans for equal civil marriage. Here, he explains why.
9th March 2012
Analysis: Did the Catholic Voices poll show a Britain opposed to gay marriage? Not really 55
11:07 AM — Can it be right that 70 percent of Britons oppose equal marriage, Edmund Broch asks, or would a single four-letter word missing from that question have changed the result?
8th March 2012
Gaydar seeks investment for ‘global growth ambitions’ 12
1:33 PM — The parent company for international gay dating site Gaydar.co.uk is seeking a 'significant cash investment' to fund its 'ambition for global growth'.
7th March 2012
Francis Maude: Tories must back equal marriage or risk becoming ‘unelectable’ 111
12:47 PM — Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude is expected to warn today that the Tories must modernise and approve measures including equal marriage or risk being seen as 'unacceptable and unelectable'.
UKIP: Marriage belongs to religion, not government 110
10:53 AM — UKIP has accused the government of 'picking a fight' with religious people in Britain over plans for equal civil marriage saying the issue is 'in the domain of the church and other faiths'.
5th March 2012
Man denies burn assault at Leicester gay pub
1:09 PM — A man has appeared at Basildon Crown Court after being charged for allegedly setting two gay men alight in a pub garden.
29th February 2012
Protesters urge St Petersburg not to enact anti-gay law 1
4:38 PM — The British Foreign Office is among a number of bodies and groups of protesters around the world urging St Petersburg not to enact the anti-gay law its legislature passed today.
28th February 2012
MPs’ report on ‘undue limitation of Christian belief’ questioned 86
1:03 PM — An MP-led report by the new Christians in Parliament group which recommends 'reasonable accommodations' from equality legislation to lift the 'undue limitation of belief' it says is experienced by religious people in public life has been cautiously questioned.
Pub attacker who shattered gay man’s jaw jailed for ten years 32
10:35 AM — A Birmingham man has been jailed for ten years after he launched a violent attack on two gay men who had stopped at his local pub for a drink.
24th February 2012
Police appeal after Lancashire boy, 16, has jaw broken in homophobic attack 36
3:29 PM — Lancashire police are appealing after a teenage boy was the victim of a homophobic assault in the town of Nelson earlier this month which left him with a broken jaw.
Manchester gay sauna closed today after fire 23
10:40 AM — The H2O sauna in Manchester's gay district is closed today after a small fire broke out on the premises yesterday afternoon.
Interview: Darren Hayes on marriage, children and the mid-life crisis that shaped his new album 8
10:05 AM — Laurence Watts talks to Darren Hayes about music, Star Wars auditions and marrying his high school girlfriend before the realisation he was gay changed his life.