OPINION: It is time we take pride in our politics

Xantippe Steele November 23, 2023

The LGBTQ+ community across the UK was hit with the reveal of the latest cabinet reshuffle on November 13. Whilst we all may have breathed a sigh of relief at the sacking of Suella Braverman as Home Secretary, who has publicly declared anti-trans, anti-migrant, and anti-LGBTQ+ rhetoric, there is zero representation of the LGBTQ+ community […]

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Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to drop ban on conversion therapy

Graham Robson September 25, 2023

Ministers, who have concluded that similar legislation has proven problematic or ineffective in other countries, are reportedly working on an alternative solution, which would highlight existing laws that the government believes already criminalise several aspects of conversion therapy.

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Tory MP Crispin Blunt calls for new Equalities Minister after debate on Gender Recognition Act

Graham Robson September 26, 2020

Crispin Blunt MP calls for Liz Truss MP to be replaced following a debate on reform of the Gender Recognition Act

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General News

Lib Dems and Greens perform very well in European elections

Besi Besemar May 27, 2019

Liberal Democrats secure best ever European Election result in the party’s history, returning 16 MEPs to the European Parliament and taking second place in vote share (20.3%). 

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General News

Conservatives critical of Labour and Greens over Valley Gardens development

Gary Hart February 6, 2019

Cllr Lee Wares, the Conservative spokesperson on Environment, Transport & Sustainability accuses Labour and Green councillors of ignoring widespread resident and business concerns over the Valley Gardens stage 3 development.

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In The South

Conservatives choose former LGBT+ activist to fight Brighton Pavilion

Gary Hart May 10, 2017

Conservatives choose Emma Warman to fight the Brighton Pavilion seat. Originally from West Wales, Emma’s father is an electrician and her mother worked for the NHS. She attended a comprehensive school in Wales before studying at the University in Reading and becoming a primary school governor. She later attended law school in London – working full-time and taking evening classes to qualify as a lawyer.

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