Arts and Entertainment Penny Mordaunt MP speaks at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester, 2013

The MP for Portsmouth said she would donate her participation fee to charity

Robin Roberts, a news anchor on American TV show Good Morning America, came out as gay in a touching open letter thanking her “long-time girlfriend”.

Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts comes out as gay

The presenter revealed the details of her same-sex relationship on Facebook

David Cameron's absence is not a remark on Russia's stance on gay rights, according to Downing Street

David Cameron to skip Sochi Olympics – but insists it’s not a boycott

David Cameron is not planning to attend the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Downing Street said on Friday, but insisted the move was not a statement about Russia’s stance on gay rights.

Asda vows to bring back Black Friday after 'phenomenal' response

Despite Asda’s Black Friday sales being marred by violence, the supermarket giant has said the US tradition of heavy discounting on the first Friday after Thanksgiving is set to stay in the UK.

YouTube: Top trending videos of 2013 - including Tom Daley and Peppa Pig

A comedy video where a man mimics the way a number of wild animals eat took the top slot with 88 million views

Sunday Express theatre critic Mark Shenton 'fired over nude gay website pictures'

Journalist highlights irony of publisher Richard Desmond who owns a soft porn channel

The singer, who herself is openly bisexual, praised the 19-year-old sportsman before launching into a tirade about the upcoming Winter Olympics

Lady Gaga urges Tom Daley to boycott anti-gay countries ahead of Russia Winter Olympics

The singer, who herself is openly bisexual, praised the 19-year-old sportsman before launching into a tirade about the upcoming Winter Olympics

Tom Daley says 'it was love at first sight' with boyfriend Dustin Lance Black

Tom Daley has broken his silence on his alleged gay relationship with screenwriter Dustin Lance Black for the first time

Andy McSmith's Diary: An MP revealing his depression? It hardly seems like news any more

Slowly, the stigma of mental illness is falling away. Lunacy, as it was then called, used to rank alongside imprisonment and bankruptcy as automatic grounds for disqualifying an MP from remaining in the Commons.

Dustin Lance Black: Five things you didn’t know about Tom Daley’s boyfriend

Hands up if you knew exactly who Dustin Lance Black was before the news broke this morning that he is the man Tom Daley is currently “in a relationship” with?

One day ‘coming out’ won't be a thing - and the reaction to Tom Daley's announcement shows we're getting there

It's news because millennia of bigotry cannot simply be eradicated in a few decades

Andrew Maxwell finds independence a laughing matter

Edinburgh comedy review: Andrew Maxwell's Banana Kingdom - Alex Salmond, and the funny side of medieval theology

A year before the referendum,  Andrew Maxwell deserves credit for doing material about Scottish independence, not least because he’s a London-based Irishman whose jokes could easily divide the room. But such is his skill, charm and Banana Kingdom’s faultless construction that he takes the crowd with him.

No time for Laugher: The Briton could only finish 19th in the one-metre event

Olympic legacy: No springboard to success for Chris Mears and Jack Laugher

There will be no British representation in the men’s one-metre springboard final at the World Championships after Chris Mears and Jack Laugher failed to progress here yesterday.

Do you cost as much as Snoop Dogg? Facebook will decide that

Facebook's pay-to-message service puts a price tag on all our heads

But remember this isn't just an online version of our offline social life

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Now that academic papers are written by thousands (yes, thousands) of contributors, it's getting hard to tell workers from shirkers
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