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The minister who politely refused to play the trans language game

11 February 2020

9:50 PM

11 February 2020

9:50 PM

This is an article about the power of language in the transgender debate, about how the trans agenda has been advanced by the skilful capture of language, and about a government minister who has rejected that capture in favour of facts.

It’s a bit complicated, so bear with me while I try to explain a slightly technical legal thing.

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