Virgin Trains has stopped stocking the Daily Mail in its on-board shops or providing it in first-class carriages, saying it has decided the paper is "not compatible" with its brand and beliefs.
The Appeal Court in Belfast has today ruled that a local Christian-run business, Ashers Bakery, was wrong to refuse to decorate a cake with a pro-gay marriage message.
Businesses from across the North East are giving their backing to of the UK’s largest free LGBT festivals – and time is running out for more to pledge their support.
The programme regularly talks to leading legal figures, both here in the UK and abroad, but also hears from the people caught up in the law about how it affects their lives.
Today Ashers Baking Company will launch their appeal in a bid to overturn a judge's ruling that they had broken discrimination laws after they refused to bake a cake with a message supporting gay marriage.
The UK advertising industry is to get its first lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender leadership group, PrideAM, whose founders include the chair of Stonewall.
Xpress Radio Scotland is the new, fresh voice for equality and diversity in radio - and for the first time broadcasting from Scotland with a clear focus on Scottish Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Intersex (LGBTI) issues and lifestyles.
DUP MLA Paul Givan has called on the Equality Commission to apologise for "using taxpayers' money to drag a family through the courts".
Court rules Christian-owned bakery that refused to ice cake with pro-gay marriage slogan discriminated on grounds of sexual orientation.
Gay couples are to be officially recognised by the Royal Mail after bosses at the company agreed to introduce ‘Mr and Mr’ and ‘Mrs and Mrs’ titles to its website.
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