John Carter, a popular gay man who has lived in Edinburgh for over a decade, was found unconscious in the lift at his block of flats, dying shortly afterwards at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.
Eunice and Owen Johns, a Christian couple with extreme anti-gay views, have been denied the right to foster children by the Royal Courts of Justice.
In an interview with the Daily Telegraph yesterday, England wicketkeeper Steven Davies revealed that he is gay.
The Catholic church has announced its intention to oppose in the ‘strongest terms’ proposals to allow gay marriages on religious premises.
A campaign to save the oldest gay pub in Wales has failed. The owners, Mitchells and Butlers, have confirmed that they are going to turn Cardiff’s 137-year-old Kings Cross into a gastropub this summer.
Police relations with the gay and lesbian community are better in Scotland than in California, according to a recent study.
Stanley Street in Liverpool, which is the city’s gay quarter, will be the subject of a £12,000 consultation looking at ways to market it to tourists.
Shotgun killer Raoul Moat had a secret gay lover, The Sun reported today.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has launched an investigation into hotels which only permit gay guests, to see if they break the law in the same way which hotels who only permit straight guests do.
London’s East End has recently been the subject of a homophobic attack, as stickers reading ‘gay free zone’ have been found plastered across various parts of the district. A group of residents have taken a stand however, by retaliating with their own stickers of love.