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NetworkMobile Access Charge (per minute)*Landline Access Charge (per minute)*
Vodafone45pN/A
O245pN/A
EE44pN/A
Three45pN/A
giffgaff25pN/A
Tesco Mobile25pN/A
Virgin Media36p10.25p
BTN/A10.24p
TalkTalkN/A7.5p
SkyN/A11.5p
N.B. Some providers have a 1 minute minimum charge.

 *Prices correct as of 5th May 2016. You should always check with your service provider.


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UK Gay Pride Events 2016

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Find all the Gay Pride events throughout the UK in 2016 right here!

January

30thWinter Pride

February

5thStudent Gay Pride

27thScunthorpe’s LGBT Night – The Bridge Hotel

March

April

15thWinter Pride Art Awards

29thOut For The Weekend Event – Croyde Bay, Devon

30thSwansea Pride

May

7thExeter Pride

27thBurnley Pride

28thBirmingham Pride

28th Bradford Pride (alternative event at Odsal Stadium)

30thDurham Pride

31stWorthing Pride

June

4thOxford Pride

11thBlackpool Pride

11thGloucestershire Pride

11th – Canterbury Pride

18thCoventry Pride

18th – York Pride

18th – Portsmouth Pride

25th– Dublin Pride

25thLondon Pride

26thUK Black Pride

July

2nd– North Wales Pride

2nd – Exmouth Pride

8thBourne Free Pride Festival (Bournemouth)

8thSparkle – The National Transgender Celebration (Manchester)

9thBristol Pride

9thEssex Pride

10thWorksop Pride

15thNewcastle Pride

16thHull Pride

16thRotherham Pride

16thStoke on Trent Pride

22ndBrighton Trans Pride

23rd – Pride Diversity Games (Brighton)

23rdLuton Pride

24thChesterfield Pride

30thWeston Super Mare Pride

30thLiverpool Pride

30thNorwich Pride

30thNottingham Pride

30thSheffield Pride

30th – Hereford Pride

31st – Brighton Dog Pride

August

5thFamily Pride (Staffordshire)

6thBelfast Pride

6thBrighton Pride & Brighton Pride Street Party

6thLeeds Pride

13thCymru Pride

13th – Plymouth Pride

13th – Margate Pride

17thQueer Spirit Festival (Thoulstone Park – August Full Moon)

17th – Cumbria Pride

20thSwindon & Wiltshire Pride

20th – Warwickshire Pride

20th – Doncaster Pride

20thGlasgow Pride

21st – Gospride

22nd – Foyle Pride

26thManchester Pride

27thWalsall Pride

27th – Cornwall Pride

September

3rdTotnes Pride

3rd – Leicester Pride

3rdReading Pride

3rdHerts Pride

10th – Channel Islands Pride

20thDrag Ball UK (Blackpool)

23rd – Bolton Pride

24th – Lincoln Pride

24thPreston Pride

October

1stChester Pride

7th – UK Leather Pride (Bristol)

November

December

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6 Of The Best Gay Bars In London

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Looking for gay bars in London? Try some of our favourites!

 

Heaven

One of the longest-running gay bars in Europe, Heaven hosts G-A-Y dance parties as well as many other very popular themed nights.
One main attraction of Heaven is the fact that it is central London’s only one thousand capacity venue for live music, which understandably attracts a wide range of clientele.
Playing host to huge artists such as Kylie Minogue and One Direction means there’s something for everyone at Heaven.
Under The Arches, Villiers Street, London, WC2N 6NG

 

Rupert Street

Rupert Street is a gay cocktail bar in the heart of Soho able to cater for your every need.
There’s an extensive cocktail menu to choose from with 2-4-1 every Monday (12-8pm), and a fabulous food menu with food being served daily (12-6pm).
Rupert Street livens up on Friday and Saturday nights with DJs playing a mixture of tunes to get your weekend underway.
50 Rupert Street, Soho, London, W1D 6DR

 

The Village

The first of its kind to open in Soho, The Village is a well-established bar that offers something for everyone.
Spread out over three floors, there’s a café bar on the ground floor which is open for food during the day, an upstairs dance floor which plays brilliant modern tracks for you to dance the night away to, or you can head upstairs to the new luxurious cocktail lounge for a more relaxed evening.
There’s often a selection of live entertainment and late night karaoke and with happy hour from 5-9pm every night to whet your appetite, you won’t want to miss out.
81 Wardour Street, London, W1D 6QD

 

Royal Vauxhall Tavern

Located in the heart of Vauxhall and housed in a building constructed in 1863, RVT is known for its unique cabaret, DJ sets, and performances from well-known artists, as well as comedy acts, bingo and club nights seven days a week.
Every Saturday plays host to ‘Duckie’, a disco cabaret night which is the crowning glory of RVT.
Having been featured in a number of films, including the recent ‘Pride’, RVT is somewhere you want to be seen.
372 Kennington Lane, London, SE11 5HY

 

The Shadow Lounge

Known as Soho’s biggest secret, The Shadow Lounge is an exclusive and sophisticated gay members club that flaunts the most eclectic mix of entertainment you could hope for.
Boasting one of the best party atmospheres in London, with regular appearances from well-known DJs and a huge selection of themed nights, there’s absolutely something for everyone here.
Known for attracting celebrities and high profile clientele, The Shadow Lounge is the place to be.
5-7 Brewer Street, London, W1F 0RF

 

Ku

Covering three floors, with a capacity of 500 and open 7 days a week, Ku has something for everyone.
With its exclusive Champagne bar and DJs every night, you’re sure to impress your date if you take them here!
There are walls of flat screen TVs playing all the latest music videos and Ku’s signature ‘sexy images and arty videos’.
Ku also has a cocktail bar in the heart of Soho, so whether you’re headed for a drink after work or want to party the night away, there is sure to be something that takes your fancy in one of the venues.
30 Lisle Street, London, WC2H 7BA

 

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Some Of The Best Gay Venues In Brighton

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Looking for a weekend away, or somewhere to go during the Pride weekend? Check out our top 5 venues!

 

Revenge

For over 21 years, Club Revenge has been one of the top LGBT venues in Brighton, offering karaoke, big name performers and award winning DJs.
They host nights such as UV parties, student events, cheesy pop parties, house music nights and a number of themed nights including circus nights, “Pirates’n’Pjs”, Hallowe’en events and Pride and New Year events that you wouldn’t find anywhere else.
Spread out over 3 floors, there’s plenty of room for dancing the night away – or if you need some fresh air then head up onto the roof terrace for some brilliant views of the city.
Club Revenge’s sister venue Bar Revenge has plenty of space to relax with a few drinks during the day or evening to get you ready for your night in the club!
Club: 32-34 Old Steine, Brighton, BN1 1EL. Bar: 5-7 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1TA

 

The Marlborough Pub & Theatre

Hosting a huge range of events in both the pub and theatre, there’s sure to be something to lure you through the doors of The Marlborough.
Whether you fancy music, theatre, comedy, cabaret, workshops or literature events there will certainly be something you’ll want to see or do, and with constantly changing residencies in the kitchen, there will always be different delicious food to try.
Being the home of Pink Fringe, you can expect fabulous entertainment from the producers of Queer and LGBT performances all year round.
4 Princes Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1RD

  

Charles Street

On the ground floor of Charles Street, you’ll find a seafront bar and restaurant serving food from lunch to dinner, and with a range of light bites, sharers and three course meals, there’s guaranteed to be something to cater to your every whim!
They also have an outside terrace area so if the weather is nice you can grab a coffee or a cocktail and enjoy the sunshine.
Once the evening arrives, the atmosphere changes in Charles Street to more of a pre-club bar and with Envy upstairs hosting many different club nights, you won’t need to go anywhere else.
8 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1TA

  

Legends

Combining a bar, club and hotel, Legends is definitely a unique venue that accommodates all your needs.
Offering a wide range of entertainment from award winning DJs, to party nights, to cabaret acts, something is sure to pull you through the doors.
The hotel has an selection of different sized rooms ranging from “tiny” to full sized suites so whatever your budget there will be something suitable for you.
So pop in for lunch, a drink on the terrace (with exceptional panoramic views of Brighton seafront), a boogie in the basement club, an overnight stay in the hotel or all of it at once!
31-34 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1TR

 

The Bulldog

Predominantly a gay man’s venue (although all are welcome), The Bulldog boasts a main bar, a stage area and a karaoke room, all spread out over two floors.
Located in the most popular area for revellers during the Pride weekend, it is one of the most preferred venues for post parade drinking.
The Bulldog also offers a range of fun cabaret events and drag nights to draw you in all year round.
With its 24 hour drinking license, some party nights continue until 8am, so if you’re up for partying until breakfast then this is the place to go!
31 St James Street, Brighton, BN2 1RF

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Pride Events In 2015

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Here’s a list of dates of all the upcoming Pride events throughout the UK for 2015.

May
16th – Exeter Pride
23rd-24th – Birmingham Pride
30th – Bradford Pride

June
5th-7th – Oxford Pride
5th-7th – Bristol Bear Fiesta
13th – Blackpool Pride
13th-14th – Gloucestershire Pride
20th – Edinburgh Pride
20th – Cumbria Pride
20th – Portsmouth Pride
20th – Suffolk Pride
20th-21st – York Pride
27th-28th – Coventry Pride
27th – London Pride

July
4th – Warwickshire Pride
10th-12th – Bourne Free Pride (Bournemouth)
10th-15th – Sparkle the National Transgender Celebration (Manchester)
11th – Bristol Pride
12th – Essex Pride
17th-20th – Northern Pride & Newcastle Pride (Now held as one event – Newcastle Pride)
18th-19th – Hull Pride
18th – Stoke-on-Trent Pride
24th-25th – Belfast Pride
25th – Norwich Pride
26th – Chesterfield Pride

August
1st – Liverpool Pride
1st-2nd – Brighton Pride
2nd – Leeds Pride
7th-10th – Family Pride (Staffordshire)
8th – Swindon & Wiltshire Pride
9th – Wakefield Pride
15th – Cymru Pride (Cardiff)
22nd-23rd – Glasgow Pride
28th-31st – Manchester Pride
29th – Cornwall Pride
29th – Kent Pride
29th – Walsall Pride

September
5th – Grimsby Pride
5th – Leicester Pride
5th – Totnes Pride
5th – Reading Pride
9th-12th – Worcester Pride
26th – Sunderland Pride
27th – Lincoln Pride

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Twitter faces possible lawsuit over trending anti-gay hashtags

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Twitter faces possible lawsuit over trending anti-gay hashtags:

A French gay rights group says it plans to file a law suit against twitter for violating the country’s hate speech laws following the emergence of the hashtag “#GaysMustDie,” which topped Twitter’s “trending topics” over the weekend.

“This is a completely blatant call for the death and murder of gay people. It is totally unacceptable,” Alexandre Marcel from IDAHO.

“We support free expression, and we understand that there are some people who simply don’t like gay people, but this is a call for the extermination of the gay community,” “Twitter hasn’t deleted a single homophobic tweet, nor removed a single homophobic hashtag from its list of most popular trending terms.” he added.

The report added that another hashtag, #TeamHomophobes also appeared over the weekend and on Monday, the hashtag #BrulonsLesGaysSurDu (“Let’s burn gay people)” also appeared to be gaining momentum on the site. Twitter has yet to respond to this latest debacle.

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Gay marriage bill: Lords to debate ‘wrecking amendment’

A “wrecking amendment” which seeks to derail the gay marriage bill will be debated in the House of Lords later.

The Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill for England and Wales would allow couples, who can currently form civil partnerships, to marry. Religious organisations would have to “opt in” to offering weddings, with the Church of England and Church in Wales being banned in law from doing so.

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Ministers believe that allowing same-sex couples to marry will strengthen marriage as an institution.

Last week, former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey warned same-sex marriage would set a “dangerous precedent” which could lead to sibling marriage or polygamy. In an article for think tank Civitas, he said did not want to be “alarmist”, but said it could logically be extended to “say, two sisters bringing up children together” or “multiple relationships, such as two women and one man”.

“Ultimately, the proposed legalisation of same-sex marriage represents a paradigm shift in our understanding of marriage,” he said.

Mr Cameron hopes the bill will become law soon and that the first ceremonies can take place by next summer.

The Scottish government has confirmed it will introduce a bill shortly to allow same-sex marriage.

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Splits expected as MPs prepare to debate gay marriage

Splits expected as MPs prepare to debate gay marriage;

Plans to legalise same-sex marriage in England and Wales return to the Commons later, amid continuing opposition from some Conservative activists and MPs.

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The Marriage Bill was approved by a 225-vote majority when it was last debated by MPs in February, but nearly half of all Tories voted against it and many party activists remain deeply opposed to it in principle. Some critics have tabled an amendment saying heterosexual couples should be able to have civil partnerships.

But ministers call this a “complicated distraction” which may delay the bill.

David Cameron has said the bill would help build a stronger and fairer society, and the bill also has the backing of the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Labour Leader Ed Miliband.

Far from being a wrecking measure, some of the strongest support for my amendment to extend civil partnerships comes from the biggest supporters of same-sex marriage in the Labour and Lib Dem parties” – Tim Loughton MP

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NBA player Jason Collins comes out as gay

NBA player Jason Collins comes out as gay, the first active male athlete in a major American professional team sport to do so.

 He announced “I’m a 34-year-old NBA center. I’m black. And I’m gay.”

President Barack Obama and the sportswear company ‘Nike’ were 2 among many of those expressing public support towards Jason’s news. On Monday, Mr Obama, who last year announced his support for gay marriage, called Collins to tell him he was impressed with his courage and offer his support, the White House said.

His daughter, Chelsea, who knew Collins when they were both students at California’s Stanford University, tweeted: “Very proud of my friend Jason Collins for having the strength and courage to be the first openly gay player in the NBA.”

In the Sports Illustrated article, Collins, who has most recently played for the Washington Wizards and the Boston Celtics, said:

“I didn’t set out to be the first openly gay athlete playing in a major American team sport. But since I am, I’m happy to start the conversation. I wish I wasn’t the kid in the classroom raising his hand and saying, ‘I’m different.’ If I had my way, someone else would have already done this. Nobody has, which is why I’m raising my hand.”

Collins, who has played 11 seasons in the NBA with six teams and is not currently attached to a team, said he had tried to suppress his feelings through relationships with women.

“When I was younger I dated women. I even got engaged,” he said. “I thought I had to live a certain way. I thought I needed to marry a woman and raise kids with her. I kept telling myself the sky was red, but I always knew it was blue.”

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