Law News

London Police Listen to Women's Safety Issues

South London community station Radio Jackie reports that Twenty-five female police officers are be buddying up with women in Lambeth and Southwark, both boroughs of London, to listen to their concerns about safety. Women taking part will be able to discuss places and times that they feel vulnerable, what worries they have, and what can be done.

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Support from Welsh Govt over "Conversion" Ban

Atheist magazine The Freethinker every week details some of the strange goings on amongst religious extremists. Since 2004, the magazine has been online, but it can trace its history back to 1881, when it was a rare voice for rationalism in a highly theistic nation.

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LGBTQ People at Forefront of Drug Reform

A Positive piece of news on the effects of long term campaigns that are consistent and progressive comes from the top US based news hub LGBTQ Nation.

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Squat Challenges Homophobia with Banner Drop

Independent newspaper B247 reports that a squatted building on Dean Lane in the Bedminster area of Bristol was raided by riot police on Friday last week.

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Criticism of Glasgow Uni Rocks Equality World

“An Ancient Institution, Stuck In the Past and Not wanting to change”.  That’s how Glasgow University has been described by some disability activists after an Ombudsmen upheld numerous complaints of failure to conform to the Equalities Act of 2010 by making reasonable adjustments

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In a strange case from Leek in Staffordshire, a heterosexual man who threatened a gay couple at their home has been given a community service order and fine after he produced a gay friend to witnes


A former Metropolitan Police constable, Benjamin Hannam has been jailed for four years and four months for membership and active service with a Neo-Nazi organisation called


One in 5 men who have sex with men have been a victim of “stealthing”, which is a term referring to a penetrative partner secretly removing a condom during sexual intercourse.


The Metropolitan Police is again reeling after a trial of a formerly serving young officer who it emerged was a member of a far right wing group called National Action, so far right in fact, that i


BBC Radio news reports that the Metropolitan Police have been formally cleared of any wrongdoing during the controversial policing of an unauthorized protest of women who were marking the murder of

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