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  • 8th February 2010

    Tory Councillor defends ‘Queen team’ jibe 48

    Keith Parker is the councillor for the Brizes and Doddinghurst ward in Brentwood.

    1:42 PM — Conservative Councillor Keith Parker has refused to back down on comments made at a scrutiny board meeting, despite admitting referring to gay men as the “queen team.”

  • 19th January 2010

    Honour and secrecy for families of gay Muslims 26

    EastEnders' Syed (left) and Christian

    5:25 PM — Last week, a charity warned it was seeing an increase in the numbers of young gay Muslims fleeing violent homes. But one gay Muslim writer warns that emotional manipulation from families and the pressures of social standing can also be devastating.

  • 12th January 2010

    Entry ban on anti-gay US ‘shock jock’ to stay in place 71

    Michael Savage will remain on the blacklist

    6:38 PM — A ban on a US radio presenter entering the UK will be upheld, the government has said. Michael Savage, known for his strong views on homosexuality, Islam and abortion, was barred from entering the country in May last year.

  • 31st December 2009

    Hong Kong strengthens same-sex domestic violence laws 1

    Hong Kong has extended domestic violence laws to same-sex couples, but does not otherwise recognise these relationships legally

    5:19 PM — An ordinance passed by the Hong Kong Legislative Council will allow cohabiting gay couples to seek injunctions in cases of domestic violence, but does not give them legal recognition.

  • 15th December 2009

    Video: Man guilty of homophobic murder and assault on gay couple 11

    David Kilcullen was found guilty of the attack

    3:15 PM — A man has been found guilty of murdering one man and attempting to murder his partner in a homophobic attack. David Kilcullen, 46, had pleaded not guilty to the attack in March in south London.

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