16th April 2014
Gay former Co-op Bank chairman Paul Flowers charged with possession of cocaine and ketamine
11:57 AM — Former Co-op Bank chairman Paul Flowers has been charged with drug possession.
Financial blow to Church of Scotland as more congregations quit over gay ministers 12
11:18 AM — Two Edinburgh churches are quitting the Church of Scotland over the issue of gay ordination.
15th April 2014
Review: Handbagged succeeds where The Iron Lady failed 8
6:43 PM — Geoffrey Smythe reviews Handbagged for PinkNews, a comedy play about Margaret Thatcher’s relationship with the Queen.
Katie Price: I don’t understand why Jessie J must announce her feelings about her sexuality 7
6:31 PM — Former glamour model Katie Price has questioned pop star Jessie J's reasons for speaking out about her sexuality saying "it really doesn't matter."
Jimmy Somerville, Clive Anderson and Christopher Biggins to appear at National AIDS Trust gala 1
5:25 PM — Jimmy Somerville, Clive Anderson and Christopher Biggins will all appear at the National AIDS Trust’s Spring Awakening fundraiser next month, the charity says.
Northern Ireland: Gay rights campaigner in fatal overdose hours after homophobic assault 24
4:01 PM — An inquest has heard police took three hours to gain entry to a flat where a gay man had taken an overdose.
Tory in ‘sex party’ expenses row ‘banned’ from standing as 2015 parliamentary candidate 4
2:53 PM — The former head of a Tory research unit has been banned from standing as a party candidate at the 2015 general election, having been accused of using public money to fund a sex party.
Survey: 26.5% of women are bisexual 5
1:39 PM — A study into female sexuality shows 26.5% of women surveyed are bisexual - and many do express a preference for one gender or another.
Tory MP Sarah Wollaston: ‘Why am I being blamed for the Nigel Evans sex case?’ 23
10:58 AM — Sarah Wollaston has denied pressuring two men who made sexual assault allegations against Nigel Evans into going to the police.
14th April 2014
UK: Expense probe launched into alleged ‘gay sex party’ at Tory conference 5
6:35 PM — The expenses watchdog is looking into claims that an alleged 'gay sex party' at the Conservative party conference was partly paid for using public money.
Tory MP Michael Fabricant: Lynton Crosby didn’t get my joke about having a relationship with a llama 6
5:55 PM — Michael Fabricant says his recent departure as Tory vice chairman all goes back to a joke designed to highlight his pro-gay credentials, which failed to amuse Lynton Crosby.
UK: ‘Mr X’ TV Comedian attempts to contact family of suicide teen he had relationship with
4:05 PM — An unnamed TV comedian who had a relationship with an 18-year-old fashion student before he killed himself has attempted to contact the boy's family to explain.
London: Labour MP to raise case of Ugandan lesbian asylum seeker with Home Office
3:59 PM — Labour MP John Cryer has intervened in the case of a lesbian asylum seeker living in east London who is facing deportation to Uganda.
The head of Christian Concern is horrified that a gay chaplain has married his partner 43
2:56 PM — Christian Concern CEO Andrea Williams has slammed a senior clergyman for marrying his same-sex partner.
UK: Terminally ill gay man dies three days after marrying husband 8
1:48 PM — A gay man has died three days after marrying his partner of 23 years in Oldham.
Nigel Evans rejects Channel 4 News ‘Sexminster’ image of Parliament 3
12:31 PM — MP Nigel Evans says that he does not recognise the "Sexminster" image of late night boozing and inappropriate sexual behaviour in Parliament, recently depicted in a report by Channel 4 News.
Mayor of North Down: Rocks were thrown at me because I’m gay 3
11:19 AM — The Mayor of North Down, Andrew Muir, says he has experienced "quite a significant amount of discrimination, harassment and violence" for being an openly gay politician.
UK: Teen found guilty of stabbing gay man in heart 6
10:44 AM — A teenager on trial for the attempted murder of a 35-year-old gay man has been found guilty.
13th April 2014
First church same-sex wedding takes place in England and Wales 2
3:37 PM — The first same-sex marriage has taken place in a church since the law changed on last month to allow gay couples to marry in England and Wales.
Nigel Evans says he is owed £130,000 after ‘witch-hunt’ case cost him his life savings 13
1:05 PM — MP Nigel Evans, who was acquitted on all rape and sexual assault charges on Thursday, has said the Crown Prosecution Service should pay his £130,000 legal bill after costing him his life savings.