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United Communities in Birmingham Oppose Hate

You may have read on LGBTQIA newswires that recently, some members of Birmingham's gay and trans communities have felt under siege, with a spate of homophobic and transphobic attacks taking place in the City's Gay Village, an area where people should feel safe. Most recently, local man John Paul Kessler was assaulted by an angry and out of control heterosexual man wielding a wine bottle. But the love and support that LGBTQIA Brummies have shown for their fellow communities is now being returned as Allies across the city start to mobilise to defend the Village.

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Horror Amongst Rowling Fans at "Mail" Link

Anti-transgender writer JK Rowling has been accused by some of showing her contempt for gay people, African-Caribbean people, migrants and indeed, feminists, as she sells an exclusive interview about her new book to the far right wing Daily Mail paper.

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New Cafe and Bookstore for London's Community

Building LGBTQIA community spaces remains important for many members of our community, as they seek a space to be authentic and free from the constraints of hetero-patriarchy. Well, now a new venue has opened in London's Brick Lane.

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Manchester Pride "Breakaway" March is Success

LGBTQIA Newsire Pink News reports that several thousand people took place in a breakaway Pride in Manchester March this Bank Holiday weekend, making demands for the freedom of all sections of our rainbow community.

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Scottish Green and SNP Deal Means Powershare

The Scottish Nationalist Party and the Green Party have agreed to work together on governing Scotland at the level of the Holyrood Parliament in Edinburgh.

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Everybody's Talking About Jamie is a film adaptation of the musical of the same name, inspired by a young man's wish to be a teenage drag queen.


Pride in Plymouth was amongst those LGBTQIA organisations posting a candle to its web feeds on Friday night after the shooting of five people by a man who is believed to be linked


The government's new proposals to amend public order legislation to curtail the rights of non-violent protestors have garnered much comment, and LGBTQ activist groups have been watching closely as


It was Saint David's Day this week, on Monday. And this weekend, 5th March, marks St Piran's Day, the patron date of Cornwall.


It’s a Dydd Dewi Sant Hapus to all our Welsh listeners for Monday.  First of March is St David’s Day.  The patron saint of Wales, David was the Bishop of Mynyw, a settlement now known as Saint Davi

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