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.
First minister Nicola Sturgeon will apologise to gay men convicted of now-abolished sexual offences on behalf of the Scottish government.
60th anniversary of Wolfenden recommending partial decriminalisation.
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.
"He spat in my face” - Homophobia drove Josh out of Northern Ireland three years ago. He's gone back to see if things have changed.
Speciesism is analogous to homophobia, racism & misogyny.
The Albert Medal 2016 has been awarded to LGBT and human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell, Director of the Peter Tatchell Foundation.
A Belfast man investigated on suspicion of having gay sex in the 1970s fears there may be a low take-up in a proposed pardon for convicted gay men.
Thousands of gay and bisexual men convicted of now abolished sexual offences will be posthumously pardoned, Justice Minister Sam Gyimah announced.