Badenoch called for more risk and less intervention, and described how the tide was turned against Stonewall.
In order to pacify Stonewall and its followers outraged by this apparent new outbreak of Labour flip-flopping, Labour has made two very significant, but less publicised, promises.
This is a complicated issue, not least legally, and ministers have to do their best to make sure any new rules are fit for purpose before rolling them out.
If Suella Braverman wants to restore “common-sense policing”, she should start by overhauling the Public Order Act.
Rights are about ensuring equal treatment, not coercing others into giving you or your children special treatment.
It is the tool we need to give both families and schools an incentive to engage with the urgent question of what third-party providers are peddling to young people.
We agree that clarity is required: but the pressing questions do not require a redefinition of “sex”.
Anas Sarwar has shown no sign of sharing Sir Keir Starmer’s concerns about the Gender Recognition Reform (GRR) Bill.
We comprise half the electorate. You’re either with us – or with those on the left who can’t even bring themselves to define us.
But with a nuanced approach, the Tories can address areas of concern without alienating a vital, more liberal-minded part of their electoral coalition.
They didn’t get a surge when the UK Internal Market Act passed and saw only a temporary one after their Supreme Court defeat. What about now?
It is absurd to demand that the Conservatives stop waging the culture war when the other side continues to advance at pace.
There is no point having Westminster build safeguards into devolution legislation if no government will actually use them.
It’s clear that in key areas, women’s and transgender rights are in conflict. It’s time that the Government stop denying biology.