Transport for London has removed adverts from Brunei across its network. Adverts which called Brunei an “Abode of Peace” have been removed from across the Transport for London network. The removal comes after numerous people complained about the advert’s messaging […]
Perez Hilton has insisted that he has not endangered the life of a Brunei prince who he outted last week.
The UK government has updated its travel advice for its LGBT citizens planning to take a trip to Brunei following on from the introduction of the death penalty for homosexual acts.
A major travel company has said it will no longer offer flights from the Brunei owned airline.
A demonstration is due to take place outside The Dorchester Hotel in London in protest to the death penalty for gay sex in Brunei.
As Brunei enacts a law that will punish the act of gay sex by stoning to death, Piers Morgan rails against a boycott of the Sultan of Brunei’s hotels.
The Kingdom of Brunei’s anti-gay punishment will come into effect today, meaning anyone found guilty of engaging a raft of behaviours including homosexuality will be stoned to death.
As Brunei confirms it is to start using the death penalty for those found guilty of gay sex, people are calling on the Commonwealth to intervene.
Brunei is to introduce stoning to death as a punishment for homosexual acts and adultery from April.