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Russia passes anti-gay propaganda law

Russia’s Parliament has passed a federal law which banns ‘gay propaganda’. The law states that ‘propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations’ should be banned for minors. This in effect means it is no longer legal to tell children same-sex relationships are equal to heterosexual ones in schools. The distribution of gay rights material will also now […]

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Join the Global Rainbow Flashmob today!

If you haven’t heard yet, this year the IDAHO committee team is lending a special support to rainbow themed flashmobs around the world today (May 17th).  It is hoped this will give an added vibrancy, buzz and common signature to unique local actions. You can find out all about it in the new, dedicated website: […]

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Accenture tops Stonewall’s 2013 list of gay-friendly employers

Gentoo and the Co-op complete the top three on tenth anniversary of key legal change protecting gay workers   Stonewall today publishes its Top 100 Employers 2013, showcasing Britain’s best employers for lesbian, gay and bisexual staff. Accenture tops the list; in second place is Gentoo and the Co-operative comes third.   This is the […]

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New equal marriage group hopes to act as voice for marginalised Christians

Ever thought it was impossible to be a Christian and support same-sex marriage? If so, think again. At the dawn of a new year, an organisation has been established that believes just that . Christians for Equal Marriage UK is already attracting interest from across the country, and aims to act as a voice for those […]

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As Terrence Higgins Trust marks 30 years, Boris Johnson backs HIV testing campaign

The Mayor of London Boris Johnson is backing a major HIV testing campaign in the run up to World AIDS Day on 1 December. HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust, which marks its 30th anniversary with a reception at City Hall on 19th November, has launched England’s first ever National HIV Testing Week. […]

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Bletchley Park Launches Special Edition Alan Turing Monopoly

Bletchley Park is delighted to officially launch the Alan Turing Monopoly board, developed from a unique original board in the Bletchley Park Museum, hand-drawn by William Newman, son of Turing’s mentor, Max, over sixty years ago. In this special edition of Monopoly, the squares around the board and revised Chance and Community Chest cards tell […]

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Williams – The Church could do more for LGBTs

Three months before he is due to leave the post of Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams has stated that he feels the Church has not supported LGBTs strongly enough. Although still opposed to the Conservative’s plans for same-sex marriage, Dr Williams has said that the Church should speak out more for the rights of […]

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Oxford University relax gender dress-code

Oxford University, the second oldest university in the English speaking world has relaxed its gender dress restrictions for formal events. The University has up until now only allowed cis females to wear skirts and cis men to wear ties or bow ties. However, a motion put forward by the LGBTQ soc raised concerns over the […]

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Restoration Lifeline for Bletchley Park’s Iconic WW2 Codebreaking Huts Coincides with Turing Centenary

As celebrations are held around the world this week to mark the centenary of the birth of genius Codebreaker, Alan Turing, the Bletchley Park Trust announces the successful completion of the £7.4 million funding package to enable them to commence urgent restoration of the profoundly historic, yet currently derelict, Codebreaking Huts 3 and 6, and […]

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Alan Turing

Birth: 23rd June, 1912 Place of Birth: Paddington, London Nationality: British Job title: Founder of computer science, mathematician, philosopher, code breaker Partners: James Atkins, Neville Johnson various others unknown Died: 8th June 1954 (aged 42) Every culture has a fixed concept of what the perfect hero should be like. From when legends were told to […]

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Schools Out at 40

Diversity at National Assembly for Wales

By Dame Rosemary Butler, AM, Presiding Officer at the National Assembly for Wales At the National Assembly for Wales, our […]

Oxfordshire Art Weeks

Around 1000 artists and designer-makers across the county of Oxfordshire welcome you this spring for Oxfordshire Artweeks, the longest-running and […]

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 […]

Surrogacy: 10 things you should know

By Claire Wood, Lawyer, Kingsley Napley LLP Same-sex marriage may now be legal, but surrogacy remains a legal minefield in […]