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New trust for worldwide diversity

The Kaleidoscope Diversity Trust, a new UK-based charity backed by political leaders and Prime Minister David Cameron, will be launched to support LGBT people suffering persecution around the world. “Britain should be a global beacon for reform on the issue of LGBT rights,” said Cameron.

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Pensionable poofs

A YouGov survey commissioned by Stonewall questioned 1,050 heterosexual and 1,036 LGB people over the age of 55 and found that older gay and bisexual men are three times more likely than heterosexual men to be living alone.

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Lesbian leader

A former BBC journalist, lesbian Glasgow MSP Ruth Davidson has launched a bid to lead the Scottish Conservative Party. The 32-year-old Ms Davidson was elected in May but is said to be a favourite of Cameron’s and is tipped to win the contest.

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Catholics against gay marriage

The Catholic Church in Scotland has been vocal in its condemnation of gay marriage, but Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie has urged the Government not to be swayed by their hostility. The Bishop of Paisley, Philip Tartaglia, tipped to become the next Archbishop of Glasgow, claimed that more than half Continue Reading