8th September 2008
Emmerdale: Will a suspected heart attack be the end of Donald?
11:02 PM — Donald starts off the week pointing out how he's treated Carl like a son. Carl quickly makes it clear that he's been far better to Donald than Anna has. Sadly for Carl though, blood's thicker than water and Donald hands him a cheque for half a million pounds to buy him out of the business.
EastEnders: Tanya discovers Jack’s been keeping a dark secret
10:57 PM — When Tanya Branning dumped adulterous husband Max in order to shack up with his brother Jack it was never going to be plain sailing. This week, events manage to take a turn for the worst when Max opens a festering can of worms that threatens to blow Tanya and Jack's relationship apart. Will Max succeed in reaping the ultimate revenge on his brother and ex-wife?
Coronation Street: Carla regains her hold over Liam
10:02 PM — Carla's got Tom over a barrel this week, after the bank knock back his request for a loan. She knows that her money is his only hope of saving the business, so she pushes for a 25 per cent stake in return. Tom is loath to take her money but with precious little choice left he is forced to close the deal with her. Will Tom live to regret this decision?
Emmerdale: Bob hits rock bottom
9:57 PM — Bob starts off the week trying to make Nicola and Val reconsider the legal action against him. Nicola points out that as Viv pleaded guilty they now want their money back. Bob promptly loses his temper.
EastEnders: Ian stirs up trouble after his accident
9:52 PM — This week, pernickety Ian Beale proves he can still cause trouble even when he is confined to bed. After falling on some margarine that Bianca had deliberately smeared across the café floor as part of a half-baked plan to sue Ian for fake injury damages, Walford's answer to Sir Alan Sugar is bedridden with leg and back injuries.
Conference blog: Lib Dems to get stuck into fixing Britain
9:37 PM — Someone claiming to be Nick Clegg (see picture), up near the front of the Lib Dem conference agenda has this to say: "This is an exciting time to be a Liberal Democrat."
Unions call for removal of Evangelical Christian from equality commission 6
6:53 PM — The Trades Union Congress has called for Joel Edwards to be removed as an Equality and Human Rights Commissioner.
THT foreign language leaflets target migrant gay men
1:25 PM — A sexual health charity has launched a new website and printed materials in six languages in an attempt to reach migrants.
Gay sex comedy comes to the West End
12:39 PM — A play about online encounters is to open in London's main theatre district next month. Blowing Whistles by Matthew Todd opens at Leicester Square Theatre on 23 October.
7th September 2008
Caroline Lucas: People are looking to the Greens for leadership 2
3:43 PM — Thank you all for this great honour and responsibility. To become Green Party leader at this time, when we stand together on the verge of so much, is tremendously exciting.
Greens aim for Westminster as first party leader elected 2
3:31 PM — The Green party in England and Wales has elected Caroline Lucas as their first leader with more than 90% of the vote.
Tutu claims “God is weeping” over gay arguments in Anglican church 13
2:40 PM — A leading Anglican has castigated his church for obsessing over gay issues while poverty, disease and hunger are ravaging the human race.
5th September 2008
City awaits murder trial as gay teen memorial fund established 2
5:55 PM — Two men from the Huyton area of Merseyside will go on trial next year for the murder of a gay teenager.
Cardiff Pride park event cancelled after heavy rain
5:32 PM — A celebration of gay Pride in a Cardiff park has been cancelled as the venue is waterlogged. Torrential rain has hit the Welsh capital and organisers finally conceded defeat earlier today.
NHS hit by loss of sexual health data
5:03 PM — A memory stick containing information about the STI tests of 146 people has gone missing from the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
Asylum campaigners to protest in Cardiff 2
2:19 PM — A campaign group who want to overturn the decision to deport a gay asylum seeker will protest in Cardiff tomorrow, the day of the city's Pride event.
US bishop attacks Rowan Williams over marginalisation of liberals
1:16 PM — The symbolic head of the Anglican communion has been criticised by a leading American cleric for spending too much time and effort attempting to placate conservative bishops.
British Army to host LGBT conference
12:43 PM — The most senior solider in the British Army will show his support for gay troops next month when he attends the fourth Armed Forces LGBT Conference in London.
4th September 2008
Conference blog: The Tories plan a lazy Sunday afternoon
3:38 PM — The opening day at this year's Conservative party conference reads more like a mid morning magazine programme than a platform for government.
Welsh Anglicans unlikely to appoint gay man as bishop 3
2:55 PM — The leaders of the Anglican Church in Wales have played down suggestions that a prominent gay man could be selected as the next Bishop of Bangor.