A statue of Amy Johnson, the first woman to fly solo from the UK to Australia, has been unveiled in Hull.
Actress Maureen Lipman unveiled the statue, built to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the pilot’s death.
It also marks
Football legend Laurie Cunningham has been honoured with a blue plaque at his childhood home.
Cunningham was one of the first black footballers to play for England and was the first British footballer to play for Real Madrid.
Oscar Wilde’s former home, the estate of “the first modern lesbian” and a memorial to a trans spy have been given special status by Historic England.
Six “historic LGBT venues” landmarks are being recognised for reflecting England’s “queer history”.
Before she began working on her new film A United Kingdom, Amma Asante had never heard of Seretse Khama.
Now she’s bringing his story to the big screen and hopes it will illuminate a seemingly forgotten part of British post-war
is a project that showcases portraits of gay, lesbian, bi and transgender (LGBT) people from a variety of different professions and with a variety of different passions. Each portrait includes a printed photograph, chosen by the models, of themselves
Universities are going to test “name-blind” admissions for the first time to stop potential discrimination based on assumptions about students’ names.
Exeter, Huddersfield, Liverpool and Winchester will pilot a system this year where the names of applicants are not seen
The Paralympics starts on 7 September 2016 and with this in mind we have chosen Sarah Storey as our Inspirational Diversity Champion of the Month
Sarah is a road and track racing cyclist and former swimmer, multiple gold medal winner
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