Pink UK News Headlines
Teachers in England are being alerted to guidelines on how they can tackle homophobic bullying
The first in a new class of HIV drugs has become available in the UK. It means doctors will have a further treatment option for patients who have built up resistance to existing drugs
An area of Manchester's gay village has been cordoned off as police investigate allegations of a rape.
A special ceremony took place at Liverpool's St John's Gardens in memory of the thousands of homosexuals who suffered at the hands of the Nazis
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that France discriminated against a lesbian nursery school teacher by refusing to let her adopt a child
Recording artist Darren Hayes is playing one final round of intimate club dates in the UK for 2008 before he leaves these shores for a
national tour of the U.S and then a well deserved break
A lesbian soldier who was subjected to a campaign of sexual harassment by a male sergeant has won her case of discrimination at a tribunal
The law on hate crime in Scotland is to be widened to protect the gay community and disabled people. The proposals, put forward by Green MSP Patrick Harvie, have been backed by the Scottish Government
On Wednesday 09 January 2008, Stonewall published its annual Workplace Equality Index, showcasing the UK's top 100 employers for gay people.
The Church of England has made clear its disapproval of Anglican provinces which intervene in the affairs of other churches without authorisation
The head of the Anglicans in the United States has accused other churches, including the Church of England, of double standards over sexuality