From BBC News: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8311499.stm
Jan Moir's article said Gately's death struck a blow to the "happy-ever-after myth of civil partnerships".
In her column, Moir called the Boyzone singer's death "strange, lonely and troubling".
She wrote: "The Gately family are - perhaps understandably - keen to register their boy's demise on the national consciousness as nothing more than a tragic accident."
But she continued: "Whatever the cause of death is, it is not, by any yardstick, a natural one. Let us be absolutely clear about this.
"All that has been established so far is that Stephen Gately was not murdered."
She concluded: "As a gay rights champion, I am sure he would want to set an example to any impressionable young men who may want to emulate what they might see as his glamorous routine.
"For once again, under the carapace of glittering, hedonistic celebrity, the ooze of a very different and more dangerous lifestyle has seeped out for all to see."
Interesting to note that the BBC has not mentioned that PCC has no control over the Daily Mail unless a member of Stephen's family makes an official complaint. IF they do choose to rule in this matter on strength of public opinion alone (which they should) they should also rule when religious nutters in the Mail make a mockery out of other things.