Government legislation and court rulings

The Tavistock’s experiment with puberty blockers, part 5: the belated results

by Michael Biggs, Department of Sociology, University of Oxford. The Tavistock’s Gender Identity Development Service (GIDS) and University College London have finally released the results of their experiment on puberty…

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The Tavistock’s Experimentation with Puberty Blockers, part 4: The Judicial Review

by Michael Biggs, Department of Sociology, University of Oxford. Keira Bell’s and Mrs A’s claim against the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust led to a momentous judgment on 1…

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Keira Bell: The High Court hands down a historic judgment to protect vulnerable children

In a landmark judgment that will have repercussions around the world the High Court today ruled that puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones are experimental treatments which cannot be given to…

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Our response to the statement by Liz Truss MP to the Women and Equalities Select Committee

Yesterday Liz Truss MP, Minister for Women and Equalities, set out her priorities to the Women and Equalities Select Committee, including "three very important principles" regarding the Gender Recognition Act…

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Transgender Trend Submission to the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill consultation

Following is our full written submission to the Scottish government's Gender Recognition Reform Bill consultation. You can download the PDF here. Questions 1 Do you have any comments on the…

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