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Interest for LGBT Pacifists in Memorial

Bill Kidd, an MSP for the Scottish Nationalist Party, writes in the leftist daily paper The Morning Star on efforts to fundraise for a memorial to those men who refused to fight in the First World War.  The Opposing War Memorial’s goal of creating a memorial in Princes Street Gardens is he says. a “terrific way” of recognising this wide-ranging group of our fellow citizens.

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Deportation Protesters Gain LGBT Support

The Trotskyist daily paper The News Line published by the Workers Revolutionary Party, reports that FIFTEEN protesters who locked themselves around a plane at Stansted Airport, successfully stopping those aboard from being deported back to countries where they faced torture or death, hav

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Nineties Cruise with Top Spice Girl Tribute

The national pop music radio network Heat, which broadcasts on DAB services in the UK, has reported that pop fans can relive the tumultuous nineties on a cruise from England and Amsterdam next September.  Bands performing will include boyband favourite 911 who achieved quite a bit of coverage in

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Countdown Mathematician Fights Back

The Jewish Chronicle, which the UK’s longest established Jewish paper, and one of the earliest examples of community media in the UK, having been set up in 1841, reports that Rachel Riley has been subject to anti-women and anti-Jewish abuse on Twitter.  The popular mathematics expert on

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Oxford Street on Pride Day Showcased on CH5

“Oxford Street 247” is fly-on-the-wall documentary about the famous shopping street in Central London, and is broadcast on Thursday evenings on Channel Five Television.

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10
Dec

Olly Alexander of the popular band Years and Years has helped a new generation of gay performers come out in an industry that still often makes tunes geared for heterosexual ears.

10
Dec

With more and more people going vegan for the sake of animals and the environment, the campaign group Animal AID has issued its 2019 merchandise catalogue.

08
Dec

The public sector trade union UNISON reports that two trade unions, itself and the GMB, participated in a major day of action in Glaschu / Glasgow on 23rd October as part of a major campaign for eq

08
Dec

With the holiday season approaching, the latest issue of Mature Times, the monthly free paper for the older community, which is published in Nailsea but has national reach, looks at the ve

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