1st November 2013
London: Peter Tatchell disrupts orchestral concert of Putin ally 25
4:18 PM — Peter Tatchell disrupted the opening of Valery Gergiev’s new London Symphony Orchestra concert season at the Barbican last night because of Gergiev’s support for Vladimir Putin.
Gay British banking chief appointed to board of GLAAD
2:31 PM — Barclays chief Anthony Watson has been elected to the board of GLAAD, becoming the first gay British citizen to join the US LGBT media advocacy group.
UK: Drunk man avoids jail after pleading guilty to calling police officer a ‘lesbian’ 1
1:52 PM — A Tyne and Wear man arrested after calling a police officer a “lesbian” has been given a 12-month conditional discharge.
31st October 2013
Anti-equal marriage councillor made faith champion for Brighton 24
7:00 PM — A former Green councillor who sided against equal marriage has been appointed a champion of faith groups in Brighton.
Manchester: Community health centre receives LGBT award
3:14 PM — A medical centre in Manchester has received a bronze award for its efforts to be fully LGBT inclusive.
30th October 2013
Study: Gonorrhoea cases among HIV positive gay men continue to rise 3
1:14 PM — Research from Public Health England (PHE) has found over a quarter of people with gonorrhoea also had HIV reaching 40% amongst men who have sex with men (MSM).
29th October 2013
Manchester: Gay community asked to take part in drug and alcohol focus group
7:01 PM — Members of the gay community in Greater Manchester who use drugs and/or alcohol are being urged to join a focus group by the Lesbian & Gay Foundation.
28th October 2013
Bishop blasts Archbishop of Canterbury for being ‘sympathetic to homosexuals’ 72
2:14 PM — An Anglican bishop in Nigeria has launched a furious attack at Justin Welby for being “sympathetic to homosexuals” and says the Archbishop of Canterbury’s position on gay rights is “pathetic”.
Debt forces closure of Nottinghamshire Pride 5
1:13 PM — The charity that runs Nottingham's annual Pride festival has been forced to close amid debts of almost £17,000.
LGBT campaigner and Holocaust survivor Sharley McLean dies aged 90 12
11:38 AM — Tributes are being paid to the radical lesbian feminist and campaigner Sharley McLean, who died at the weekend.
25th October 2013
Northern Ireland DUP politician tells children homosexuality is ‘an abomination’ 69
6:16 PM — A Northern Ireland DUP Assembly Member has told children at a school that homosexuality is “an abomination”.
Video: John Bercow PinkNews Awards Speech: ‘We have travelled a huge distance on LGBT matters’
3:28 PM — Speaker John Bercow officially opened Wednesday's PinkNews Awards held inside the State Rooms of Speaker’s House at the Palace of Westminster - here is the video of the speech in full.
David Cameron pledges support to Crispin Blunt in reselection fight 5
3:25 PM — A whole raft of senior Tories, including David Cameron and George Osborne, say they hope Crispin Blunt is reselected as the parliamentary 2015 Tory candidate for Reigate in Surrey.
Video: PinkNews award for Advertising Campaign of the Year
2:54 PM — Here is the video for Advertising Campaign of the Year at the inaugural PinkNews Awards hosted by the Speaker of the House of Commons on Wednesday.
Video: PinkNews award for Business Network of the Year
1:22 PM — Here is the video for Business Network of the Year at the inaugural PinkNews Awards hosted by the Speaker of the House of Commons on Wednesday.
In Photos: The PinkNews Awards 2013, hosted by the Speaker of the House of Commons
1:03 PM — The inaugural PinkNews Awards were hosted by the Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, on Wednesday in the Speaker’s House of the Palace of Westminster. The following pictures showcase some of the most important and exciting moments of the evening.
InterTech named Business Network of the Year at the PinkNews Awards
12:31 PM — InterTech won the title of Business Network of the Year at this week's PinkNews Awards.
UK: Man who was jailed for shouting anti-gay abuse released after two weeks behind bars 3
11:09 AM — A man jailed for repeatedly hurling homophobic abuse at his gay neighbours in Plymouth has been released on appeal, having served a fraction of a 20-week sentence.
24th October 2013
Yvette Cooper: It was our job in Parliament to make equal marriage about joy 1
9:26 PM — Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper has paid tribute to her political counterparts after being named Politician of the Year at last night's PinkNews Awards.
Tory MP Mike Freer speaks of delight at winning PinkNews Award 1
6:59 PM — Conservative MP Mike Freer says he was thrilled to win Parliamentary Speech of the Year at the PinkNews Awards.