So the appeal by the wacky Christian group dangerously claiming they can cure homosexuality and upset that their anti-gay bus ads were blocked by TfL was unsuccessful. Good.
Got kids aged between 6 and 16? You were about to get the right to apply for 'flexible working', but Peter Mandelson has scuppered that.
Female staff at Euston have been kicked out of their female toilets to make way for the men while the male toilets are refurbished.
Management have decided that all Station Supervisors have to attend a 'inclusion, equality and diversity' course.
Management have circulated a document to the disabled staff network group that should ring alarm bells for everyone - able-bodied and disabled alike. Under the progressive and welcome aim of employing more disabled staff in frontline jobs, they propose to remove some of the licensing requirements for station grades.
Under TfL's current policy, when a worker reaches retirement age but wishes to carry on working, they must prove they ares still competent enough to do the job, and successful workers are allowed to stay on in part time employment.
It seems that LUL has vetoed an advert for GT magazine on the grounds that one of the models is too scantily-clad. The bloke concerned is helping the magazine to celebrate 40 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality.
A night station supervisor at Dagenham East station was disgusted to find the sanitary bin in the toilets overflowing and its contents spilling accross the floor. He reported the fault, but was told it couldn't be dealt with until late the following morning.