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Lesbian and Gay Christians have questioned the Equality and Human Rights Commission on changing its approach to equalities and belief.
The decision by the UN Human Rights Council to document discrimination against LGBT persons has been welcomed by equality groups.
The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement has expressed concern about legal advice being offered to the Church of England regarding gay bishops.
LGCM has called on all people of good will, including UK Christians, to oppose the "deeply flawed, inhumane and unjust" Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda.
Human rights advocates are urging the UK Government to halt the deportation of Brenda Namigadde, who fled Uganda eight years ago after violence and threats.
The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement (LGCM) has warmly welcomed the verdict in a discrimination case involving two Christian hoteliers.
Four same-sex couples and four mixed-sex couples have begun a legal challenge to secure equal rights to marriage and civil partnership in the UK.
Following a manslaughter conviction this week, human rights groups have warned that homophobic hate crime continues to be a serious problem in the UK.
A legal challenge over same-sex marriage has come a step closer after two men in Greenwich became the latest couple to be refused permission to marry.
A register office has refused a Christian minister permission for a same-sex marriage,
triggering the first steps in legal action over marriage equality.