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Rupert Everett has joined the campaign calling for a boycott of the Sochi Winter Olympics

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Section 28 hurt the Tories more than young gay people

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Ban on NHS staff with HIV carrying out ‘risky’ work to be scrapped

Chief medical officer says advances in virus treatment mean rules are now outdated

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HIV home-testing kits will be available on NHS after law change

Saliva or blood samples can be tested at home using system, which give a positive or negative reading

Michael Jackson pictured in 1983 and Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in 1988: Previously unreleased duets between the two music icons are set to surface

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