A former MEP for the UK Independence Party, who had previously established a case against her former party, may have the chance to be reheard.
Model and It girl Daisy Lowe has confessed to having an eye for the ladies.
Karen Tait, 29, was sent back from Afghanistan only half way through her tour due to allegations of a relationship with another female officer. She is now suing the Ministry of Defence for discrimination.
Rutgers University – the biggest university in New Jersey, USA – has bowed to pressure from gay students and will provide ‘gender neutral housing’ for its students starting this autumn.
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.
Polish group Teczowa Trybuna 2012 (Rainbow Stand 2012) have approached the organisers of Euro 2012 with the request that lesbians and gay men have separate seating throughout the tournament.
Anonymous, the online hackers activist movement (also known as ‘hactivists’) have successfully crashed the website of notoriously controversial Westboro Baptism Church.
Sarah, the 15-year-old prodigy who has made the finals of the Danish X Factor, is making the news for her style as well as her talent.