10th December 2013
BBC disciplines Graham Norton for wearing AIDS awareness ribbon on chat show 94
12:08 PM — Graham Norton has been reprimanded by the BBC for wearing an HIV/AIDS awareness ribbon on his Friday night chat show.
9th December 2013
Jury considering verdict of South African accused of murdering Brighton gay man
2:08 PM — The jury in the case of a man accused of murdering a 62-year-old Brighton gay man have begun their deliberations.
Times claims Church of England ‘on the brink of appointing its first openly gay bishop’ 27
11:13 AM — The Church of England is on the brink of appointing its first openly gay bishop, according to The Times.
6th December 2013
Comment: What to do if you face homophobic discrimination at work 5
5:46 PM — Employment Lawyer Jamie Feldman writes for PinkNews on what to do if you encounter homophobic discrimination in the workplace.
Date and theme of Pride in London 2014 announced 1
3:41 PM — London LGBT+ Community Pride has confirmed that the Pride in London Parade 2014 will take place on Saturday 28 June and the theme will be "Freedom to ..."
Liverpool’s Gay Quarter to benefit from new community interest company
1:30 PM — A dedicated organisation to help improve Liverpool’s Gay Quarter will be set up after council approval.
5th December 2013
London: Police treating anti-gay posters against ex-councillor as hate crime 2
5:20 PM — Police are treating the circulation of homophobic posters against a gay former east London councillor as a hate crime, with two more posters appearing.
Baroness Warsi to give LGBT rights lecture on World Human Rights Day 25
4:03 PM — Foreign Office Minister Baroness Warsi is set to give a key note speech on LGBT rights as part of next week’s World Human Rights Day.
Jury retires to consider verdict of South African accused of murdering Brighton gay man
1:50 PM — A jury has retired to consider its verdict in the trial of a South African national accused of murdering Michael Polding, a gay man who lived in Brighton.
Ofsted condemn north London school for failing to take anti-gay bullying ‘seriously’ 5
1:17 PM — The board of governors at a north London school have stepped down following damning criticism by Ofsted that staff failed to deal sufficiently with homophobic and racist bullying.
4th December 2013
Cleric: Why would I call for the death of gay people when my sister is gay 8
6:03 PM — An Islamic cleric, who is speaking at an event at Newcastle United Football Club this evening, denies ever calling for the death of LGBT people and says his sister is gay.
Trial of UK man held in Uganda for breaking anti-gay laws adjourned for second time
2:04 PM — The case of a British man charged in Uganda after images of him having sex with a man were published in a newspaper has been adjourned for a second time.
Trans Christians express disappointment over Church report and reiterate calls for inclusion 8
12:06 PM — A Christian trans group has described the publication of last week’s Pilling Report as having “very little to say about transgender people” in the Church of England.
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger denies paper outed gay GCHQ staff 10
11:08 AM — The revelation that GCHQ has an LGBT pride group became a source of amusement during Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger’s testimony in front of MPs on Tuesday.
3rd December 2013
Campaigners appalled after The Sun publishes story of young trans boy on front page 38
1:21 PM — A decision by The Sun to splash on its front page the personal story of a six-year-old trans boy has been branded "irresponsible and potentially harmful" by Trans Media Watch.
Launch of older LGBT housing guide in Manchester 2
11:01 AM — Stonewall Housing and the Manchester Older LGBT Housing group have announced the launch of “The North West Housing Guide for the older LGBT community”.
2nd December 2013
Gay ‘cure’ conference to be staged in London 28
7:17 PM — Two Christian groups which supports the ‘ex-gay movement’ are due to hold a conference in London next month advocating gay-to-straight conversion therapy.
Sport stars congratulate Tom Daley for talking about same-sex relationship 27
5:58 PM — The world of sport is congratulating Tom Daley for having the courage to speak openly for the first time about being in a same-sex relationship and the Olympic diver says he's been "overwhelmed" by the public's reaction.
Lib Dem MP John Leech disappointed at delay to Alan Turing pardon bill 2
4:06 PM — Liberal Democrat MP John Leech has expressed disappointment that his bill to pardon gay mathematician and computer scientist Alan Turing has been delayed following opposition by a single Tory MP.
Green MP Caroline Lucas: I’m worried HIV care could be damaged by NHS reforms 1
1:21 PM — Green MP Caroline Lucas says the success of HIV community testing could be undermined by changes to the NHS.