QC Jo Maugham, director of the Good Law Project has said that they believe that the BBC’s conduct is “unlawful and discriminatory”
There's been a startling rise in the number of employment tribunal cases brought forward, based on sexual orientation.
Speaking about the "chilling effect" on free speech, Grimes said that the press has to be permitted to interview a wide range of people.
"I may have had to endure homophobic bulling as a child, but I will not tolerate it as an adult"
"I have instructed Mark Lewis from Patron Law to sue for defamation."
The hospitality industry had been "thrown under a bus"
In 2017, two men made history in Germany, by becoming the first same-sex couple to get married in the country.
Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 came into force, meaning men could have history convictions for "gross indecency" removed from their records.
Buried deep within the new set of regulations due to come into force today is a new section which bans “any social
A woman in the United States is suing gay people for being gay.
Singapore’s High Court has dismissed a legal challenge to end a colonial-era law that criminalises sex between two consenting men, echoing another