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Chief leads the charge on fairness drive
17.05.2016
Chief leads the charge on fairness drive
As the world marks International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHoT), the Chief Constable has become the latest to sign-up to WMP’s Allies initiative. By adding his name to the programme, Dave Thompson became the 331 member of the informal network of champions for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues, and who promote dignity, respect and equality. Backed by ... READ MORE
Super-gonorrhoea's spread 'causing huge concern'
17.04.2016
Super-gonorrhoea's spread 'causing huge concern'
Doctors have expressed "huge concern" that super-gonorrhoea has spread widely across England and to gay men. The new superbug prompted a national alert last year when it emerged in Leeds, as one of the main treatments had become useless against it. Public Health England acknowledges measures to contain the outbreak have been of "limited success". Doctors fear the sexually tran ... READ MORE
GCHQ Boss 'sorry for historical gay ban'
16.04.2016
GCHQ Boss 'sorry for historical gay ban'
Not letting gay people work for GCHQ until the 1990s was wrong and was the "nation's loss", the UK intelligence agency's boss Robert Hannigan has said. He also said the treatment of gay computer pioneer and code breaker Alan Turing had been "horrifying". GCHQ now relies on people who "dare to be different", he told a conference hosted by gay rights group Stonewall ... READ MORE
Sacked magistrate suspended from NHS trust
28.03.2016
Sacked magistrate suspended from NHS trust
A Christian magistrate who was sacked over comments he made on television against same-sex adoption has been suspended by a Kent NHS trust. Richard Page was struck off after he told the BBC it would be better for a man and a woman to adopt. He has been suspended as non-executive director by Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust (KMPT). Mr Page said it was no longer possible to be a Chr ... READ MORE
Poppers escape ban in new psychoactive substance bill
22.03.2016
Poppers escape ban in new psychoactive substance bill
Poppers will not be outlawed under the blanket ban of legal highs due to come into effect in Britain next month, Home Office ministers have confirmed. The last-minute reprieve for the liquid chemical drug – technically known as alkyl nitrites – which has been in use as a recreational drug since the 70s follows an outcry among gay people who use poppers to prepare for sex and enhance sexual ... READ MORE
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