12th January 2009
Tales from antiquity to mark LGBT history month 3
11:46 AM — A museum in London will be hosting free seminars and a free exhibition as part of LGBT history month in February.
9th January 2009
Gay hate preacher complains about “no God” adverts 28
3:28 PM — The British Humanist Association has dismissed claims from a fundamentalist Christian preacher that a new ad campaign breaks industry codes of practice.
Interview: Comedian rejects lesbian stereotypes with I Am Nesia 7
1:01 PM — As a singer, Rosie Wilby has opened shows for the likes of Jamie Cullum and Bob Geldof. As a comedian, she has been a finalist at Funny Women at the Comedy Store.
8th January 2009
Simon Hughes moved to climate change in Clegg’s Lib Dem reshuffle 2
2:53 PM — The leader of the Liberal Democrats has reshuffled his frontbench team. Nick Clegg has led the party for just over a year.
Palm print led police to man on trial for 1997 murder of trans sex worker 1
12:27 PM — A roofer from Leeds was arrested after being identified from a palm print left at a murder scene ten years previously, a jury was told yesterday.
7th January 2009
Free screening of documentary about religion and homosexuality 3
1:06 PM — A highly-acclaimed documentary about religion and homosexuality will be shown at a public meeting in London on Friday.
6th January 2009
Interview: Waiting for Godot with Captain Picard 4
12:55 PM — Last month gay star and acting legend Sir Ian McKellen spent an evening raising funds for vulnerable lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans teenagers.
5th January 2009
Conservative MP Nick Herbert and boyfriend joined in civil partnership 17
10:31 AM — A leading Conservative MP has entered into a civil partnership. Nick Herbert, the Shadow Justice Secretary, and his partner Jason Eades tied the knot in a small, private ceremony in Lambeth last week.
2nd January 2009
Gay housing association association hits quarter of a century
1:22 PM — Stonewall Housing, the UK's only specialist LGBT housing, advice and support provider, celebrated its 25th anniversary at the end of 2008.
31st December 2008
Top gay venue Astoria to hold ‘last ever party’
4:02 PM — The London Astoria is one of the capitals most iconic venues and following the decision earlier this year to close demolish the Astoria to make way for the new Crossrail project, the venue's staff have announced its closing night event.
24th December 2008
Council considers naming street after Sir Elton 2
1:33 PM — Harrow Council is considering a plan to name streets or local landmarks after famous former residents. Pop star Sir Elton John is among the names under consideration.
23rd December 2008
Vulnerable gay kids need your help this Christmas 1
1:53 PM — The Albert Kennedy Trust helps lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans young people who do not live in accepting, supportive and caring homes.
20th December 2008
LGBT Labour welcomes success in registrar battle
12:53 PM — LGBT Labour has welcomed an Employment Appeal Tribunal decision to overturn registrar Lillian Ladele's legal victory earlier this year which supported her refusal to conduct civil partnership ceremonies.
19th December 2008
Employment lawyers and politicians welcome Ladele ruling 1
4:50 PM — The ruling by the employment appeals tribunal that a Christian registrar was not discriminated against by Islington Council over her refusal to perform civil partnerships has been welcomed.
Christian Institute may appeal to High Court over Ladele ruling 11
1:12 PM — A fundamentalist Christian group that financially backed a tribunal against Islington Council has said the case may go to the Court of Appeal.
Stonewall – our prayers have been answered over Ladele case 12
1:00 PM — Britain's leading gay equality organisation has expressed delight at the employment appeals tribunal's ruling in the case of a Christian public servant who refused to deal with gay couples.
Analysis: the Ladele employment appeal tribunal ruling in full 4
12:56 PM — The EAT held that the Tribunal had erred in law and that on the evidence adduced before the Tribunal there was no proper basis for a tribunal.
Christian registrar loses employment tribunal appeal over civil partnerships 32
12:10 PM — An employment tribunal appeal has ruled that Islington council is not guilty of either religious discrimination in the case of a Christian registrar
16th December 2008
Sir Elton lashes out at X Factor 9
3:53 PM — Singer Sir Elton John has expressed his disdain for reality TV show X Factor. He told an audience at London's O2 Arena that he would rather have his "c**k bitten off by an Alsatian" than watch the show.
Police ask gays to help find escaped child murderer 2
2:45 PM — Lincolnshire police have asked gay people to be on the lookout for a 48-year-old man who escaped from North Sea Camp last month.