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March 17, 2014

A woman phoned the police complaining that the bodyguard had made a homophobic comment to her

British National Party Nick Griffin’s body was arrested over accusations of anti-gay abuse at the weekend.

Martin Reynolds, 46, was taken into police custody following a fundraising event for the far-right party on Saturday night (15 March).

The BNP opposes same-sex marriage, adoption by gay couples and leader Griffin has described gay people as ‘poofs’ and ‘creepy’.

Merseyside Police confirmed officers were called after a woman complained a man made a homophobic comment to her.

January 15, 2013

Oxford University debating society invited three hate speakers to discuss gay parenting, while dropping far-right politician, Nick Griffin, who they claimed was invited ‘by mistake’

World-famous debating society, The Oxford Union, has invited three gay hate camapigners to promote their views on gay parenting.

The debate at Oxford University in southern England, one of the world's most famous educational establishments, will take place on Thursday (17 January) with well-known homophobes Scott Lively, Winston McKenzie and Peter D Williams invited to take part.

December 13, 2012

Anti-gay extremist party Svoboda admit targeting peaceful demonstration against Ukraine's 'homosexual propaganda' bill

A Ukrainian extremist nationalist party has bragged about attacking gay protesters in the capital Kyiv last week.

Svoboda, whose name means 'freedom' and is linked to France's National Front, the British National Party and Hungary's Jobbik, admitted responsibility for targeting a pro-LGBT demonstration marking International Human Rights Day on 8 December.

November 30, 2012

British National Party leader Griffin is in the clear after tweeting address of gay couple who won court case against gay couple

British National Party leader Nick Griffin will not face court after posting the address of a gay couple on Twitter and inviting supporters to protest outside their home.

Michael Black, 64, and John Morgan, 69, won a discrimination case against two Christians who refused a hotel room in 2010.

November 30, 2012

British National Party leader Griffin is in the clear after tweeting address of gay couple who won court case against gay couple

British National Party leader Nick Griffin will not face court after posting the address of a gay couple on Twitter and inviting supporters to protest outside their home.

Michael Black, 64, and John Morgan, 69, won a discrimination case against two Christians who refused a hotel room in 2010.

October 31, 2012

Amnesty International slams Svoboda's record result in Ukraine's parliamentary election

Human rights campaigners fear the election of far right party Svoboda to the Ukraine parliament will 'encourage' the passing of an anti-gay 'propaganda' bill.

October 30, 2012

Extremist 'fascist' party Svoboda sees surge in popularity during Ukraine's parliamentary elections

A Ukrainian extremist nationalist party accused of homophobia has won a record number of votes in the country's parliamentary elections.

Svoboda, whose name means 'freedom' and is linked to France's National Front, the British National Party and Hungary's Jobbik, had taken about 9% of the ballot, early polls showed.

October 26, 2012

British National Party leader said he is against same-sex civil partnerships but denied being anti-gay

In an interview published today (26 October), Nick Griffin, leader of the far-right British National Party and member of the European parliament, said that civil partnerships undermines marriage and leads to more child death.

He also claimed that the sight of two men kissing is creepy but insisted he’s tolerant of LGBT people.

October 26, 2012

British National Party leader said he is against same-sex civil partnerships but denied being anti-gay

In an interview published today (26 October), Nick Griffin, leader of the far-right British National Party and member of the European parliament, said that civil partnerships undermines marriage and leads to more child death.

He also claimed that the sight of two men kissing is creepy but insisted he’s tolerant of LGBT people.

October 19, 2012

Far-right British National Party leader Nick Griffin stands by tweets which threaten gay couple who won a discrimination case againt an English B&B

A gay couple who won a lawsuit against a homophobic B&B has branded British National Party leader Nick Griffin an 'incoherant idiot' after he threatened to send a ‘justice’ team to their home.

October 19, 2012

Far-right British National Party leader Nick Griffin stands by tweets which threaten gay couple who won a discrimination case againt an English B&B

A gay couple who won a lawsuit against a homophobic B&B has branded British National Party leader Nick Griffin an 'incoherant idiot' after he threatened to send a ‘justice’ team to their home.

October 18, 2012

Far-right British National Party leader Nick Griffin has threatened to send supporters to a gay couple’s home after they won a court case against Christian hoteliers

British National Party leader Nick Griffin has threatened to send a ‘justice’ team to the home of a gay couple who won a discrimination case against two Christians who refused them a hotel room.

Michael Black, 64, and John Morgan, 69, who booked by email and paid a deposit, were turned away by Christian owner Susanne Wilkinson when they arrived at the Swiss Bed and Breakfast in Cookham, Berkshire, southern England in March 2010.

October 18, 2012

Far-right British National Party leader Nick Griffin has threatened to send supporters to a gay couple’s home after they won a court case against Christian hoteliers

British National Party leader Nick Griffin has threatened to send a ‘justice’ team to the home of a gay couple who won a discrimination case against two Christians who refused them a hotel room.

Michael Black, 64, and John Morgan, 69, who booked by email and paid a deposit, were turned away by Christian owner Susanne Wilkinson when they arrived at the Swiss Bed and Breakfast in Cookham, Berkshire, southern England in March 2010.

April 23, 2012

Communities to commemorate anniversary of David Copeland hate attack on London's gay Admiral Duncan pub

The anniversary of the nail bomb attack on the gay Admiral Duncan pub in London’s Soho will be commemorated next week.

Thirteen years ago David Copeland planted a nail bomb in the popular bar which killed three people and injured over 80.

Copeland also targeted London’s black and Asian communities by placing bombs in Brixton and Brick Lane.

Every year survivors, family and friends gather in the pub at 6pm on 30 April before walking round to St Anne’s Church for an act of remembrance.