12th March 2014
Police: Blackpool teen who claimed homophobic assault actually just fell over 57
12:11 PM — A Blackpool teenager, who claimed he was the victim of a violent homophobic attack, had in fact fallen over and injured himself, police have revealed.
11th March 2014
Man claims MP Nigel Evans placed hand down trousers in ‘drunken over-familiarity’ in Soho pub
3:59 PM — A man who alleges he was indecently assaulted by Nigel Evans told a court the MP put his hand down his trousers twice during a night out in Soho.
Met Police appeal to gay men over attacks in Soho
2:06 PM — Detectives in Ealing are appealing for gay and bisexual men to come forward if they have been attacked in Soho.
Ex-England star Sol Campbell: Puma wanted me to be a gay footballer 3
1:31 PM — Sol Campbell has revealed sports clothing giant Puma were tempted to sign the former England international on the incorrect assumption about his sexuality.
Cambridgeshire Council criticised for not flying rainbow flag at HQ 2
11:18 AM — Cambridgeshire County Council has been criticised for not flying the rainbow flag from its main headquarters during LGBT history month.
Imran Khan’s nephew calls man a ‘faggot’ – but claims he didn’t know what it meant 13
10:46 AM — The nephew of Pakistan cricket legend Imran Khan has apologised after describing a politician as a "faggot" on Twitter.
10th March 2014
MP Nigel Evans denies raping university student
6:41 PM — A court has heard allegations that Nigel Evans raped a university student at his home.
Jury told Nigel Evans assaulted man inside parliamentary bar
5:08 PM — A jury has heard MP Nigel Evans allegedly indecently assaulted a man in a parliamentary bar - and also another man at the Conservative Party conference in 2003.
Court told MP Nigel Evans ‘pressed his sexual attentions on younger men’
3:10 PM — The trial of Nigel Evans, former deputy speaker of the House of Commons, has begun with the prosecution outlining its case against the MP.
UK: Police ‘disappointed’ at lack of public response over homophobic attack on teen 2
2:08 PM — Detectives investigating a violent homophobic assault on a teenager in Preston say they are disappointed at the lack of response from the public.
Sex offences trial of MP Nigel Evans set to begin
10:34 AM — Nigel Evans, the former deputy speaker of the House of Commons, will go on trial today accused of sexual offences against seven men.
7th March 2014
The Queen praises gay rights charity’s ‘special anniversary’ in royal surprise 47
6:29 PM — Queen Elizabeth II has congratulated one of Britain’s oldest LGBT charities in a rare moment of acknowledgement for LGBT people.
Gay former soldier James Wharton: ‘We need to clean up gay saunas’ 159
4:05 PM — Former soldier James Wharton has defended his recent article in Winq magazine about his opposition to gay saunas by saying the venues need to be cleaned up.
Former Take That boss loses court battle over use of the word ‘queer’ 3
12:01 PM — The former manager of Take That has lost a legal battle with a gay nightclub over use of the word "queer".
6th March 2014
Tory councillor ‘disturbed’ over Ian McKellen school visit cleared to become mayor 20
10:22 PM — A Tory councillor who said he was 'disturbed' that gay actor Sir Ian McKellen had been visiting schools is set to become Bristol's next Lord Mayor.
Lesbian and Gay Foundation wins £30,000 top campaign award
6:47 PM — The Lesbian and Gay Foundation has been awarded £30,000 for winning a top prize for its campaigning work.
Video: X Factor star Marcus Collins backs ITV and Stonewall’s campaign against homophobic bullying
12:55 PM — ITV has teamed up with Stonewall to sponsor three London schools in a bid to raise awareness around homophobic bullying.
UK: Crystal meth vet accused of killing man with toothbrush in ‘extreme’ S&M sex session
12:15 PM — The trial of a former vet accused of using an electric toothbrush and metal bar to kill a man as they had S&M sex is taking place in Newcastle.
5th March 2014
Judge launches investigation into Boris anti-gay bus ad ban 61
8:32 PM — A High Court judge has launched a new investigation into Boris Johnson's decision to ban an anti-gay ad from London buses.
Secondary equal marriage legislation passes House of Commons 21
7:04 PM — The secondary legislation needed for same-sex marriages to commence in England and Wales has passed the House of Commons.