Tag Archives: History

The Dying Days of Clause 28?

The removal of ‘Section 28’ reached an important stage in mid February when a Commons committee agreed that it should be repealed. The amendment to the Local Government Bill was tabled by MPs from all three parties, including Edward Davey (Lib Dem), Kali Mountford (Lab) and John Bercow (Cons) and was passed in this morning’s committee meeting, after a surprisingly […]

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How Bisexuals Used To Live

A series reflecting on the ups and downs of the bi movement in the UK. This month, Jo Eadie looks back to the Norwich BiCon in 1992. One of my friends tells me that she has an abiding memory of me ordering endless portions of beans on toast for my daughter at the canteen at the Norwich bi conference. Perhaps […]

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