14th July 2008
INTERVIEW: Trust him, he’s a junior doctor 1
9:43 PM — A quote from the Mayor of London graces the back cover of Max Pemberton's book. "Painfully funny," it reads.
INTERVIEW: Why law firms are joining forces to make the most of LGBT talent
4:21 PM — The InterLaw Forum, intended to strengthen diversity within the London legal sector and promote the recruitment, retention and advancement of LGBT talent, will meet for the fourth time later this week.
INTERVIEW: A British hom com to warm the most cynical of hearts
2:53 PM — British cinema's attempts at capturing gay life in the country have had mixed results. The complaint most often overheard in the bars and coffee shops of Soho is that they are either hyper-real or deeply depressing.
Archbishop of Wales attacks fundamentalists for damaging Anglican unity 2
12:46 PM — A senior Anglican leader has lamented the loss of "a generosity of spirit and diversity" in the worldwide church. The Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan, said that fundamentalists are damaging Anglican unity and there should be a backlash against them.
Education minister backs LGBT History Month
11:33 AM — The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families will be attending the LGBT History Month pre-launch event in November, it has been confirmed.
British Army joins up to Stonewall workplace scheme 2
12:01 AM — The British Army has become the 400th member of the Diversity Champions programme run by gay equality organisation Stonewall.
13th July 2008
Tutu calls for Anglican unity as homosexuality continues to tear communion apart 2
11:32 PM — Archbishop Desmond Tutu pleaded with the Anglican Communion to show unity as it tries to reconcile the views of liberals and evangelicals over homosexuality.
Sir Ian McKellen reveals he has received death threats
9:15 PM — Appearing on the BBC's current affairs programme, Sunday AM, the gay actor Sir Ian McKellen said that he has received many death threats. He also spoke out against homophobia within Christianity.
Feature: Bring Brother Home
8:10 PM — Love it or hate it, you can't ignore it. Reality TV programmeBig Brother is back on our screens with another gaggle of contestants grappling for their share of the limelight.
Protester interrupts high profile sermon by gay Bishop 2
7:23 PM — A protester has interrupted a sermon by the first openly gay Anglican bishop, the Right Reverend Gene Robinson, Bishop of New Hampshire this evening at St Mary's church, Putney, South West London.
12th July 2008
Coronation Street Spoilers: Michelle finds out about Steve’s affair
1:10 AM — Michelle and Steve are on and off more times than a light switch this week. Steve's sordid night of passion comes back to bite him on the bum. Well, what did he think was going to happen when he shacked up with Becky?
Emmerdale Spoilers: Viv comes face-to-face with Freddie
1:05 AM — Donna finds out about a possible sighting of Freddie and tells Viv. Viv is beside herself with this news and immediately wants to hire the services of the private investigator again. Bob point blank refuses and Viv's left wondering where she can get the cash from to hire Rebecca secretly.
EastEnders Spoilers: Roxy moves in with Sean 3
12:59 AM — Albert Square is awash with problems this week. Resident party girl Roxy Mitchell returns to Walford having rekindled her romance with bad boy Sean Slater, much to Ronnie's horror.
11th July 2008
Pride London reveal more details about trans toilet incident 35
4:49 PM — The organisers of Pride London have issued a statement about an incident during the celebrations in Trafalgar Square last Saturday.
New guidelines on HIV and life insurance published
4:16 PM — The Association of British Insurers has updated its consumer guide for gay men covering HIV and life insurance.
South Carolina gets cold feet over gay Tube adverts 2
3:52 PM — The tourism agency of a US state has distanced itself from an advert on London Underground designed to attract gay tourists.
INTERVIEW: The inside story of how Boris won London
3:18 PM — Jonathan Isaby is in good spirits when we meet at The Daily Telegraph headquarters in central London.
Woman on trial for murder of gay man
2:14 PM — A 22-year old woman has been giving evidence at her trial. Phillipa Hart stands jointly accused with Christopher Graham, 26, of the murder of David Redman, known locally as Camp David.
Davis sees off Green’s gay rights challenge and returns to Commons
1:38 PM — Former Shadow Home Secretary David Davis has been re-elected to the House of Commons.
Support available for gay victims of domestic abuse
11:12 AM — Three domestic violence charities have joined forces to help raise awareness of the support available to victims, including LGBT people.