2019 was a year of disgraceful racism in football both on and off the pitch – and 2020 is already off to an inauspicious start.
The prime minister was interviewed by LGBTQ website Pink News and dodged the question three times.
The substitute teacher reportedly told the 11-year-old it was wrong for two men to live together.
“I’m not prejudiced, but by golly, a white male in this country has very few rights and they’re getting took more every day.”
The journalist was celebrating his birthday when he and his friends were attacked.
The dust has settled after over a month of LGBTQ+ Pride events around the world. But with the glitter and the rainbow flags stashed away for another year, what is the reality of LGBTQ+ rights in the UK and abroad? We take a look at recent examples of homophobia and speak to long-time LGBTQ+ and human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell.
Players like Megan Rapinoe have spoken out – and fans are joining the chorus.
"We ... need a moment to remember how lucky we are to have a safe space right now," the singer said at her concert.
Ferhan Khan knew he wasn’t like other people at school, never having an attraction to the opposite sex but with a traditional Muslim family and section 28 preventing teachers from discussing same sex relationships he had nowhere to find out about himself until university. What happened was a difficult relationship with his faith, which through time, has been rekindled and he now talks about this through advocacy work in schools.
Detectives are investigating after the victims were assaulted at a bus stop.