Tag: David Cameron

  • David Cameron said one last good bye and Twitter was scathing

    The former Prime Minister of the UK, David Cameron took to Twitter to say one last good. The responses were scathing to say the least.   David Cameron, who expressed his joy in being able to bring same-sex marriage to the UK during his time as PM, sent one last tweet as Prime Minister simply […]

  • David Cameron to step down as Prime Minister

    David Cameron to step down as Prime Minister

    Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that he is to step down as the UK’s premier. David Cameron, who helped bring LGBT+ equality to the UK has announced that he is to step down after the UK voted to leave the European Union. The Prime Minister said that he would not leave for another 3 […]

  • UK votes to leave EU

    UK votes to leave EU

    The United Kingdom has voted to leave the EU in a historic referendum which will end its 40-year tie to the European Union. The United Kingdom has voted to leave the EU after a historic referendum sees the Leave campaign win 51.9 per cent of the vote. The Remain managed to swing 48.1 per cent […]

  • David Cameron Wants To Make UK Number 1 For LGBTI People Again

    Prime Minister David Cameron has said that he wants to make Britain number 1 for LGBTI people once again.   Speaking at an IDAHOT reception yesterday evening Prime Minster David Cameron said that he wanted to make the UK the number 1 place for LGBTI people to live again, after the UK slipped two places […]

  • Prime Minister Wants NHS To Make Decision On PrEP This Month

    Prime Minister David Cameron has told the House of Commons that he wants NHS England to make a decision on funding Pre Exposure Prophylaxis PrEP Drugs on the National Health Service. During his Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) today, David Cameron told the House Of Commons that he wanted a decision from NHS England this month […]

  • Prime Minister Recognises The Work Of Anti-Hate Campaigner Mark Healey

    A campaigner from Lewisham who founded the remembrance and hate crime prevention charity ‘17-24-30 No to Hate Crime Campaign’ and started a national week to challenge prejudice has been named a Point of Light by Prime Minister David Cameron in the run up to Pride in London. Mark Healey has become synonymous with campaigning to […]

  • COMMENT | Pinks For The Blues Or Reds?

    There are only two real players that could be Top-of-the-Pops in this years General Election come May 7th. Let’s not beat around the Mulberry, burnt orange soft grain leather weekend bag, Ed Miliband or David Cameron will be residing at number ten whatever the result. The chart-topper will probably have to share a piece of […]

  • Third Of Christians Will Not Vote Cameron Over Gay Friendly Stance

    A new survey has revealed that people who identify as Christian have condemned David Cameron’s statement that same-sex marriage was “among his proudest achievements in 2014” The poll by ComRes for Premier Christian Radio asked 2,000 potential voters what they thought about gay marriage and how it might affect their decision on voting Conservative in […]

  • PM David Cameron: Commitment To Equality On Bakery Discrimination

    UK Prime Minister David Cameron has spoken about equality after being questioned about a UK-based baker who refused a ‘gay-marriage’ cake order based on their ethos. During Prime Minister’s Question Time on Wednesday, David Cameron was asked by DUP MP Gregory Campbell, whether the news about the Northern Ireland bakery which refused to make a […]

  • David Cameron Joins One Direction Boys For Music Video

    David Cameron Joins One Direction Boys For Music Video

    British PM, David Cameron makes an appearance in One Direction’s new video for Comic Relief charity single ‘One Way Or Another (Teenage Kicks)’.   In order to save money for Comic Relief the boys decided to film the video themselves during trips around the world. Comic Relief usually pays for the video for the charity […]

  • New Year’s Recognition

    TheGayUK announces its first ever New Year’s Recognition list, to acknowledge the massive support and campaigning efforts that companies, organisations and individuals have made to the LGBT community.