Topics :: Great Britain
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A new survey reveals a twenty percent jump in the number of British women who are ’tipping the velvet’ with other ladies.
We all want to be queen for a day, and now that same-sex marriage has become legal, and sanctioned by her majesty (and Madge, no doubt), this is the perfect time for a UK wedding, honeymoon, or both.
The Iron Lady’s implacable homophobia led to the infamous Section 28. On AIDS, however, her government exhibited far more foresight than our own. EDGE analyzes the legacy of one of the late 20th century’s most influential leaders.
On live TV, Queen Elizabeth is expected to sign a pledge to promote gay rights & gender equality, the first time the monarch of the U.K. & 54 Commonwealth nations has made a public statement on the subject.
The British have a word for something that’s inventive, dazzling, extraordinary. They say it’s "Brilliant!" The 2013 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show, entitled "Brilliant!," promises to be all those things and much more.
Eight of London’s brightest emerging menswear talents will receive support from BFC NEWGEN MEN sponsored by TOPMAN, to show at London Collections: Men in January 2013. The winners include William Richard Green, Exhibition winner.
British Airways launched a ’London for Free’ sale, offering two nights free accommodation in select London hotels this summer. The ’London for Free’ offer is available when customers purchase a roundtrip airfare between the US and the UK.
The Charity that organises Manchester Pride has confirmed that the award-winning LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) festival will light up the streets of Manchester from 17 - 27 August 2012.
A British court has ruled that the Catholic Church can be held liable for wrongs committed by priests.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has given warning: Anti-gay nations that persist in persecuting sexual minorities may see some of the aid money they receive from the UK dry up.
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