Employment News

Working Class Boys Held Back by Economics

The BBC News Channel reports that only thirteen per cent of white working class boys are going to University, a figure which is far lower than for other social, ethnic and class based groups. It has been described by educationalists as an issue that has been “swept under the carpet” in discussions about access to education and diversity. In an analysis also published on the BBC News Family and Health webpages, reporters and analysts discuss the reasons for the poor performance of this demographic, and the cultural reasons why they are being held back.

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Non Binary Victory Over Employment Law

A long standing uncertainty in the application of the 2010 Equalities Act has been sorted out by an Employment Tribunal, which has pleased activists for non-binary identities and other gender fluid people under the LGBTQ spectrum, as it ruled firmly in favour of plaintiff Ms Taylor, was was pursu

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Madonna Refuses to Pay Bigot Govt Fine

Madonna, who always used to be referred to, tongue in cheek, by the gay paper Boyz as “our glorious leader” has revealed that she has left the increasingly fanatical Russian state hopping mad by refusing to pay their fine of one million dollars, levied on her for

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Wednesday Night Viewing Hits LGBTQ Spots

There’s some interesting viewing on BBC-4 television this evening catering both for the light of touch and also the more serious viewer.  Kylie Minogue will be performing some of her top tunes in a compilation of her apperances on the legendary Top of the

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Major Film Showing for "Queer As Folk" Star

“Pacific Rim” was the showcase film on cable channel Sky One, the flagship network of the many channelled Sky Media Group on Sunday evening.

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25
Jun

One of the top Doctor Who podcasts is “Radio Free Skaro”.  Each week, the indepth webcast investigates the history, culture and politics behind the UK’s longest running science fic

17
Feb

There was a time, within living memory, that not only were gay and trans people not welcome in the security services, but that LGBT groups were subject to surveillance by the secret state.

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