60th anniversary of Wolfenden recommending partial decriminalisation.
The High Court in Belfast has today rejected a claim brought by a same-sex couple who got married in England and wanted to have their marriage legally recognised in Northern Ireland, and by two other couples who wished to challenge the failure of the Northern Ireland Assembly to legalise same-sex marriages.
Chris Morgan, Lead Financial Adviser, Unusual Risks Mortgage & Insurance Services gives a statement to National AIDS Trust (NAT) research report 'HIV and Finance'.
People living with HIV continue to face barriers to accessing insurance, despite improvements in availability over the past decade, according to a new report from NAT (National AIDS Trust).
On the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act, which is this Thursday, 27 July, the UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, is being urged to “apologise and compensate men convicted under discriminatory anti-gay laws – both before and after the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality 50 years ago.”
The criminalisation of homosexuality did not end in the UK until 2013 – a full 46 years after the Sexual Offences Act 1967. So don’t be misled by the celebrations on 27 July, which will mark the fiftieth anniversary of this legislation.
British leader also says she understands why LGBT+ community is worried about DUP deal.
Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to vote with the Tories if they introduce new rights for transgender people.
“Happy Pride Season” – Birmingham, London Done With Brighton, Cardiff and Manchester Still To Come !!! Special focus this year on whether there is a need for LGBT labelled financial products?
The British Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that a gay retiree's husband is entitled to the same pension benefits a wife would enjoy regardless of when payment into the program began.