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Call for Commonwealth gay rights

Tuesday 14th February is set to be a day of demos for those calling on all Common Wealth countries to embrace gay rights. A mass kiss-in will take place in Trafalgar Square before a Valentine’s Day card will be delivered to the Queen at her home (Buckingham Palace).  At the moment, 41 Commonwealth countries have […]

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Hampshire Constabulary launches smartphone hate crime reporting app

There’s a new app for your smartphone that can help tackle hate crimes in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. The ‘Helping Victims of Hate Crime’ app has been developed for Hampshire Constabulary and will be officially launched on Tuesday, May 14, in conjunction with Hampshire Cricket Community Trust who will be hosting the event […]

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Stonewall Cymru publishes the first of ten short films marking the charity’s 10th anniversary.

    Stonewall Cymru publishes the first of ten short films marking the charity’s 10th anniversary. The films, produced in partnership with the Iris Prize International Film Festival, feature lesbian gay and bisexual people talking about different aspects of lesbian, gay and bisexual people’s lives in today’s Wales.   The first film is about gay […]

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Support U is 1 year old

In 2011 after a successful campaign to have a place for the LGBT Community to call home. Support U has made it to its 1st Anniversary. At 7.30pm on Tuesday 12th March Support U will be holding a celebration at 21 South Street. Everyone is welcome to attend and support the cause. The price is […]

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EU law to protect victims of crime due to sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression

The European Parliament has agreed on a new Directive on the rights guaranteed to victims of crime in the EU. Notably, it provides specific assistance and protection to people who suffered crime because of their sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. The Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing minimum standards on […]

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Outdated convictions can at last be wiped

The Protection of Freedom Act, which among other things enables men to wipe away their criminal records of acts which are now consensual, has received Royal Assent.  The Act was promised by David Cameron  in 2010 before the last election and by February 2011 it was ready to be presented to Parliament. The Act clears […]

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PS/156/H – Police Community Support Officer

Vacancy Role – PCSO Department / Area – Local Policing Command Recruiting Force – Hertfordshire Constabulary Location – Forcewide Post […]

Force Control Room Controllers (Scale 4 bar 5 bar 6 or Police Constable)

Scale 4 bar 5 bar 6 or Police Constable Working in a pressurised and reactive environment, the job has a […]

Force Enquiry Centre Controllers (PC/Scale 4 bar 5)

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PC/Scale 4 bar 5 To be the first point of contact for all types of calls from the public and […]

Frantic Assembly’s Othello

Frantic Assembly’s Othello explodes onto the stage with this electrifying ninety-minute take on Shakespeare’s most brutal and gripping thriller-tragedy of […]

Reading Pride set for a musical 2014

Since the first Reading Pride festival in 2003 attendance has grown steadily year on year. In the festival’s inaugural year, […]

Blood and love in the trenches

It has been 100 years since the Great War tore Europe apart and devastated a generation. The war included every […]