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Sir Ian McKellen among first to receive Covid-19 vaccine

Rachel Badham December 19, 2020

81-year-old actor and LGBTQ+ activist, Sir Ian McKellen, is among the first to receive the new Covid-19 vaccine.

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General News

Johnson supports Abbott despite controversial LGBTQ+ views

Rachel Badham September 7, 2020

Prime minister Boris Johnson has said Australian prime minister Tony Abbott will be appointed to unpaid trade job from the UK government.

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Community News

LGBT+ Charity announces Futuristic Theme for bank holiday parade

Besi Besemar March 25, 2019

Manchester Pride choose Deep Space Pride – A Future World of Equality as the theme for the 2019 Manchester Pride Parade, as the LGBT+ charity invites Manchester to look forward and envisage what the world could look like in the distant future.

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Albert Kennedy Trust marks 30th anniversary with brand refresh

Besi Besemar March 8, 2019

Albert Kennedy Trust unveils new brand identity including their own take on the rainbow flag. National LGBTQ+ youth homelessness charity akt (formerly The Albert Kennedy Trust) launches their first brand refresh since 2009.

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Arts

Trinity the Tuck to perform at Heaven during Student Pride

Besi Besemar February 17, 2019

All Star 4 finalist Trinity the Tuck to perform at National Student Pride which returns to the University of Westminster, Marylebone and G-A-Y venues from Friday 22 – Sunday 24 February, 2019.

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Arts

Sir Ian McKellen opens Manchester Exhibition

Besi Besemar March 3, 2017

Sir Ian McKellen opens NEVER GOING UNDERGROUND: The Fight for LGBT+ Rights at the People’s History Museum in Manchester. Sir Ian McKellen opened Never Going Underground at the People’s History Museum in Manchester yesterday (March 2); a ground-breaking exhibition that explores the movement and stories of diverse LGBT+ communities and their quest for equality, and which marks 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexual acts in England and Wales (1967 Sexual Offences Act).

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Momentum builds for London women’s march on Trump’s inauguration

Gary Hart January 13, 2017

Thousands are expected to join The Women’s March on London on Saturday 21 January, as part of a wave of international action timed to take place on the first day of Donald Trump’s US Presidency.

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