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Green Party CoChair Resigns Over Toxic Phobia

Co-chair of the Green Party, Sian Berry is to step down despite the party's strong showing in the recent local elections. Ms Berry issued a statement midweek explaining that she felt she had not been able to offer enough support and progress for the party's many transgender members and supporters. The London Assembly, on which she sits, has a problem with toxic transphobia and seventies style feminist extremism, reports top LGBTQIA newswire Pink News. Ms Berry said “There’s been an enormous amount of toxic rhetoric that I do not like”.

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Russia Network Profiles Work of Gay Activist

Human rights activist Peter Tatchell, who cut his political teeth in groups such as the Gay Liberation Front and OutRage!, was the guest of Scottish Nationalist veteran Alex Salmond on the controversial news network Russi

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Barking Burchill Attacks Beloved Royals

Pink News reports that Brislington School flunk out opinion writer Julie Burchill has been fired by the Daily Telegraph Newspaper after one of her bonkers tweets appeared to be even too right wing for them.

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Suffrage Hero Remembered at Epsom

A statue of Emily Davison, the famous suffrage activist who died at Epsom in 1913 as she stood in front of the King's racehorse, has been unvieled by her relatives at the town's marketplace, one hundred and eight years after her passing.

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Horror of "Make You Straight" Groups Explored

A crew of eight students have made a hard hitting drama called A Right Charlie, following the plight of a young man who thinks that religious fundamentalist “deliverance therapy” can change his sexual orientation from gay to straight.

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A “purge” is what Radio Free Europe has said. “Pulling of strings in Russia's Kremlin managed democracy” reported the BBC.


There is, for the time being, a ceasefire between Israel's southern border and Palestine's Gaza City, brokered by the state of Egypt, and which is largely holding, according to international news c


The Observer Newspaper reports that some Whitehall sources are concerned about Paul Dacre being shortlisted as a candidate to head up the broadcast and technologie


Anna Madrigal herself has died.

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