The Party cannot afford to keep indulging in tough rhetoric on ‘culture war’ issues if it isn’t prepared to drive proper legislative and organisational change.
Both candidates are saying the right things. My own vote will be going to Truss, given that she has been speaking out and acting on this issue long before any leadership contest arose.
A court defeat for Stonewall’s employer programme, and the shuttering of the NHS’s controversial Tavistock clinic.
He says that if she didn’t support self-ID, how did the Government and civil service decide on it on her watch?
Whether or not you want to bin Johnson, it’s important that we give his replacement some serious thought.
It would be curious if transgenderism turned out to be one aspect of life that is immune from social contagion.
It opens doors for those who perceive themselves as tall when short, thin when fat, young when old – maybe as members of other species entirely.
Whilst he may have struggled over the specifics of women and their genitalia, Starmer is conscious that Labour must square the voters on this issue.
Local authorities do serious harm to women and girls when they promote or appease gender ideology.
The Conservatives can learn from the Republicans how to fight a culture war over LGBT topics, but also whether one should.
To date, Boris Johnson has been able to “dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge”. But a more than usually chaotic U-turn narrows his options.
Our panel were asked whether they felt proud or not about the first trans MP being a Tory – or neither.
Once again, the Party breaks new ground first, though the news will have downsides as well as upsides for its leader.
It’s clear that in key areas, women’s and transgender rights are in conflict. It’s time that the Government stop denying biology.
Polling suggests that the Prime Minister’s attitude is very similar to that of the general public.