With the Domestic Violence Bill having passed through the Commons, former Prime Minister Theresa May, has warned of the consequences for victims of domestic abuse.
It’s no secret that British political discourse has turned into something of a depressing-as-fuck shitshow, chiefly driven by the election of a hard-left Marxist to the leadership of the Labour Party, and a Conservative Party driven to the right in order to pander to pink-faced Brexiteers with little flecks of spittle Continue Reading
Last month a court in Switzerland – a country that knows a thing or two about referenda – ordered a rerun of a referendum on the grounds that the information provided to the public was “incomplete” and “violated the freedom of the vote”. The court’s judgement went on to say that Continue Reading
Key goals target hate crime, healthcare and homophobic bullying In July 2017, the government carried out a survey to gather more information about the everyday experiences of LGBT people in the UK. It was the largest national survey of LGBT people in the world to date with over 108,000 participants. Today Continue Reading
PM shocked that inhumane practice still widespread The controversial procedures are based on the now discredited theory that homosexuality can be ‘cured’ with aversion therapy and other similar approaches. Aversion therapy seeks to train the body to respond in different ways to sexualised images, often through the application of electric shocks. Continue Reading
Campaigner to deliver Downing Street letter Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell is to deliver a letter to British Prime Minister Theresa May, urging her to “compensate living men who were convicted under discriminatory anti-gay laws – both before and after 1967 – in instances where their behaviour is now no longer Continue Reading
It’s not the first time the LGBT pioneer has been excluded from a Downing Street Pride reception.
Prime Minister Theresa May has marked her 100th day in office having taken no action to improve the lives of women in the United Kingdom, despite early promises of equality for all.
“People don’t want politicians to pick and choose their rights.”