8th July 2014
LGBT charity Albert Kennedy Trust celebrates 25th anniversary 2
2:43 PM — The Albert Kennedy Trust, which helps homeless LGBT young people, has marked its 25th anniversary.
UK Government: Students must learn about sexually transmitted infections and SRE is already a requirement 8
1:44 PM — The Department for Education has defended itself from Yvette Cooper’s criticism over its policy on sex education in schools.
Does international aid help or hinder LGBT people in foreign countries? 8
12:58 PM — International aid donor groups host discussion about the effectiveness of aid for LGBT rights in developing countries.
Christian bakery faces legal action for refusing to make ‘support gay marriage’ Bert and Ernie cake 128
11:43 AM — A Christian-owned bakery in Northern Ireland may face legal action, after being informed that it broke the law by refusing to bake a cake for a customer, based on the management's opposition to gay rights.
UK Parliament begins world record HIV testing challenge 1
10:53 AM — The record for the highest number of parliamentarians to take an HIV test in one session will be set today at Westminster.
7th July 2014
Stonewall: School leaders must do more to combat homophobic bullying 1
8:00 PM — Research conducted by Stonewall into homophobic bullying in schools has found that teachers believe heads and school governors are doing less to combat bullying than they were five years ago.
Stonewall conference launches Teachers’ Report into homophobic bullying 3
6:59 PM — Stonewall has published a report showing the extent of homophobic bullying in schools, at the charity’s latest Education for All conference, held for teachers and students on Friday.
Broken Rainbow celebrates 10th birthday with gala dinner
6:21 PM — LGBT domestic violence charity, Broken Rainbow, will hold a gala dinner this month in celebration of its 10th birthday.
Chair of LGBT Liberal Democrats gets married 16
6:11 PM — The chair of LGBT+ Liberal Democrats and his partner have married.
UK: Stonewall report shows Scotland ‘lagging behind’ on tackling bullying 4
5:59 PM — A new report on homophobic bullying in primary and secondary schools indicates that Scottish schools are lagging behind others in Britain.
Christian Concern: Elton John is ‘staggeringly arrogant’ for saying Jesus would support gay rights 48
2:52 PM — Christian Concern has attacked Sir Elton John for claiming that if Jesus were alive, he would support gay rights.
Video: James Corden wins £16,000 for HIV charity on Deal or No Deal
12:36 PM — Actor James Corden has won £16,000 for HIV charity Terrence Higgins Trust, appearing on Celebrity Deal or No Deal.
London: Police appeal for woman who filmed Vauxhall bar death
12:07 PM — Police have appealed for a woman to come forward who filmed an incident outside a gay-friendly Vauxhall club in which a man died.
6th July 2014
Stonewall education head: Improving teacher training is the key to tackling homophobic bullying 9
2:25 PM — Luke Tryl is Head of Education at Stonewall. He spoke to PinkNews.co.uk at Stonewall's Education for All conference ahead of the publication of the Teachers’ Report 2014, about what still needs to be done.
UK: United Reform Church fails to pass same-sex marriage 43
12:13 PM — The United Reform Church has failed to become the first mainstream church in the UK to permit same-sex weddings, delaying a decision until next year.
5th July 2014
Poll: Average person knows eight gay people 11
6:09 PM — On average, people personally know five gay men and three lesbians, polling data has shown.
UK: Brighton and Hove named best council for tackling homophobic bullying in schools 3
5:35 PM — Stonewall has named Brighton and Hove as the best council in the country for tackling homophobic and biphobic bullying in schools.
Jersey: Senator attempts to derail equal marriage vote 5
5:01 PM — A Senator in Jersey has been criticized for attempting to derail an upcoming vote on same-sex marriage.
Ruth Hunt: People didn’t want a lesbian to represent gay people 65
4:36 PM — Stonewall's acting Chief Executive Ruth Hunt has said that she received criticism when she was appointed, because people didn't want a woman in charge of an LGB group.
Nicole Scherzinger: Gay people are more empathetic and understanding 11
4:11 PM — Former X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger has said that she has a special "connection" with the gay community.