General News

Sadiq Khan launches probe into Police homophobia

Rachel Badham December 14, 2021

Khan launched the probe after the families of the four gay men killed by Stephen Port claimed that police officers involved in the case showed anti-LGBTQ+ prejudice.

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Grindr serial killer inquests delayed

Rachel Badham January 16, 2021

New inquests into the murders of Anthony Walgate, Gabriel Kovari, Daniel Whitworth and Jack Taylor, at the hands of 45-year-old Stephen Port, have been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Community News

FEATURE: CHEMSEX – The white elephant in the room

Bright Daffodil May 7, 2018

BRIGHTON earned the reputation of being the drug death capital of the UK in the 2000s. It was only in 2017 that statistics changed, revealing fewer deaths in the city than any year back to 2001. The spike in deaths was mainly due to opiate overdoses. However, these statistics are much more representative of the heterosexual communities, as the house party drug scene we are seeing now in the LGBT+ communities shows a much bleaker picture.

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In The South

Serial gay killer investigation moves into interview phase

Besi Besemar March 15, 2017

Police officers to be questioned as Stephen Port investigation moves into interview phase. The Independent Police Complaints Commission’s (IPCC) independent investigation is progressing into the response of the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) to the deaths of Anthony Walgate, Gabriel Kovari, Daniel Whitworth, and Jack Taylor, who were murdered following blunders in the early part of their investigations by officers who failed to link the deaths together.

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