The Bank of England has today (July 15) announced that code-breaker Alan Turing will be honoured on its new £50 note – prompting hot debate on Twitter.
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MPs have backed amendments which could see the government liberalise abortion laws and extend same-sex marriage to Northern Ireland.
Intersex people, campaigners and allies that were overshadowed at last year’s Pride event by anti-trans demonstrators will take to the streets of London again to march as part of Pride 2019. Activist, Anick Soni hopes the march will give greater awareness to the presence of intersex people and their human rights.
Four LGBTQ+ refugees from Syria – who had previously feared for their safety while stranded in Turkey awaiting extradition – have reportedly arrived in Britain in time for Pride in London.
Substance abuse issues are rife in the LGBTQ+ community, and with that comes a spike in mental health problems. So why aren’t there more sober spaces available?
On the anniversary of the The Equal Franchise Act gaining royal assent, RightsInfo’s Sarah Wishart writes about what we can learn from the hidden history of a Velazquez painting vandalised by a suffragette.
On the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, RightsInfo speaks to multi-talented artist Rikki Beadle-Blair about the legacy of his film and state of LGBT rights today.
Chris is a 29-year-old American woman living in London whose face, photographed in aftermath of a homophobic assault, was thrust into the media spotlight this month. Here she reflects on the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.
Labour MP Angela Eagle challenged her Labour colleague Roger Godsiff during a House of Commons debate he tabled in the wake of weeks of protests at two Birmingham primary schools.
Filmmaker Matthew Hyndman was raised in a Presbyterian Church in Northern Ireland before sailing the Indian Ocean as a missionary. Here he explains why his country must legalise same-sex marriage.