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Mass shooting in Gay club kills 50, injures another 53
12.06.2016
Mass shooting in Gay club kills 50, injures another 53
At least 50 people have been killed and at least 53 injured after a shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, police say. Orlando Police said officers entered the Pulse Club about three hours after the shooting unfolded - and killed the attacker, who had taken hostages. They called it an act of terrorism, but said they did not yet know if it was domestic or international. Relatives have be ... READ MORE
Research on how spending cuts affect LGBT people
01.06.2016
Research on how spending cuts affect LGBT people
NatCen, Britain's largest independent social research agency, is undertaking some research in partnership with Unison on the implications of reductions to public spending on LGBT people and public services. They would like to hear from LGBT people who use or have used any type of public service, and anyone that delivers public services to LGBT people, through short online written submissions ... READ MORE
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
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