The era when gay spies were feared - BBC News

MI5 has been named the UK's most gay-friendly employer - but it isn't long since same-sex relationships were considered a threat to national security. How did attitudes change? In 1963 the Sunday Mirror offered its assistance to the Security Service ...

The University of Essex and Suffolk County Council named in Stonewall's workplace equality index - East Anglian Daily Times

Organisations in Suffolk and Essex have been named as some of the best inclusive working environments for lesbian, gay and bisexual employees. Share article from on facebook · Tweet article from · Share article from on Google Plus · post article from ...

Alan Turing, James Bond and London Spy: how the security services became Britain's most inclusive employer - The Guardian

If you had walked past MI5's headquarters in central London earlier today, you might have noticed the rainbow flag flying above the building. It is not the first time – it flew there on the day of London's Pride festival last summer. But this time it ...

Stonewall top 100 employers: Lloyds Banking Group named most LGBT-friendly place to work in the City as MI5 tops list - City A.M.

Lloyds Banking Group has been named the best LGBT-friendly place to work in the City, and second in the UK behind spy agency MI5. The bank's director of operations, Karin Cook, has been named Stonewall's champion of the year, leading Lloyds' efforts on ...

Top 100 employers if you're gay revealed - is your workplace on the list? - Mirror.co.uk

MI5 has been named the best employer in the country for promoting LGBT diversity - despite banning gay staff as recently as the 1990s. It beat more than 400 organisations to top workplace equality campaigner Stonewall's Top 100 Employers list for 2016, ...