18th February 2014
Gay cycling champion hopes to beat Edward Snowdon in becoming Glasgow University rector
2:34 PM — Retired cycling champion Graeme Obree is standing for the post of student rector at Glasgow University.
12th February 2014
SNP councillor resigns over decision to legalise equal marriage 10
1:40 PM — An SNP councillor has resigned due to his party’s decision to legalise equal marriage.
10th February 2014
Comment: The equal marriage vote was a proud moment for Scotland 5
5:47 PM — The Equality Network’s Tom French reflects for PinkNews.co.uk on how last week's decision of Scotland to legalise equal marriage was cause for celebration and pride.
Scottish Tory leader: I wept with relief when Holyrood passed equal marriage 3
11:59 AM — Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson writes of how she cried "deep sobbing tears" of relief and joy when the Scottish Parliament legalised equal marriage last week.
5th February 2014
Comment: Scotland’s passing of equal marriage is an important moment for trans and intersex people 4
11:10 AM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Scottish Transgender Alliance Development Officer Nathan Gale says Scotland's decision to legalise equal marriage will benefit trans and intersex people.
4th February 2014
Hurrah for Scotland as years of campaigning leads to equal marriage victory! 36
10:01 PM — A bill to legalise equal marriage has passed the Scottish Parliament in an historic final Stage Three vote.
Rainbow appears over Scottish parliament before equal marriage vote 10
5:52 PM — A rainbow has appeared in the sky above Scottish parliament, hours before a vote on equal marriage.
Live Blog: Scottish Parliament’s Stage 3 Debate on equal marriage 16
12:45 PM — Coverage of this afternoon's Stage 3 Debate of the Marriage and Civil Partnership Bill in the Scottish Parliament
3rd February 2014
Comment: Tomorrow’s equal marriage vote will be a milestone moment in Scottish history 1
3:40 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, the Equality Network's Tom French says tomorrow evening will hopefully be an opportunity to celebrate significant progress for LGBT rights in Scotland.
National Secular Society: Catholic adoption agency ruling ‘kicks a hole’ through gay rights law 16
3:17 PM — The National Secular Society says a Catholic adoption agency in Glasgow should not be allowed to maintain its charitable tax status because it discriminates against same-sex couples.
Scotland: Same-sex marriages ‘could start by July’ 4
2:30 PM — Same-sex couples in Scotland maybe able to start marrying sooner than expected, ministers have said.
MSP John Mason accused of attempting to derail equal marriage bill with last-minute amendments 6
9:56 AM — In the week of the final vote for Scotland's equal marriage bill, gay rights campaigners have accused SNP MSP John Mason of attempting to wreck the bill by tabling a series of last-minute amendments.
1st February 2014
Scotland: Catholic adoption agency which does not consider gay people wins back charitable status 59
9:10 AM — A Catholic adoption agency based in Glasgow has won an appeal against a ruling which removed its charitable status as it refused to consider same-sex parents.
31st January 2014
Anti-gay marriage group on ‘high alert’ admits being ‘pretty quiet’ amid Scottish equal marriage vote 14
4:35 PM — A group adamantly opposed to same-sex marriage in the UK which said it would continue to be on "high alert", has now admitted it is "pretty quiet" a week ahead of Scotland's final parliamentary vote on equal marriage.
22nd January 2014
Final vote date of Scotland’s equal marriage bill announced 11
11:01 AM — The date of the final vote on Scotland's equal marriage bill has been announced.
21st January 2014
UKIP Scottish chair told to have counselling for saying Glasgow Council for ‘gays and Communists’ 3
5:15 PM — A senior figure at UKIP Scotland has demanded that the party's interim chair go to counselling after he said Glasgow Council was for "gays, Catholics and Communists."
19th January 2014
UKIP chair accused of bigotry after saying Glasgow Council is for ‘gays, Catholics, communists’ 18
1:20 PM — Arthur Misty Thackeray, the acting chair of UKIP in Scotland, has come under fire recently after it emerged he had published a series of anti-gay and Islamophobic posts on Facebook, including comments that the Glasgow City Council stood for "gays, Catholics, communists."
16th January 2014
Comment: Spousal veto amendment is a victory for trans equality in Scotland 7
11:48 AM — Tom French, of the Equality Network, says the decision to remove the spousal veto from Scotland's equal marriage bill is a crucial victory for trans and intersex people.
Scottish parliamentary committee votes to remove spousal veto from equal marriage bill 3
11:00 AM — The Scottish Parliament’s Equal Opportunities Committee has voted unanimously to pass an amendment by MSP Linda Fabiani in favour of removing the spousal veto from the country’s equal marriage bill.
Comment: Removing the spousal veto will make Scotland’s equal marriage bill fairer
10:00 AM — Scottish National Party MSP Linda Fabiani writes for PinkNews.co.uk on why Scotland's same-sex marriage bill needs to remove the spousal veto