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JK Rowling has exposed the weak spot in the SNP’s misogyny law

17 April 2024

4:35 PM

17 April 2024

4:35 PM

When will the Scottish government get on with the day job? Hot on the heels of his controversial Hate Crime Act, Humza Yousaf has now promised a misogyny law that will apparently protect members of both sexes. The First Minister insisted that ‘anyone affected’ by misogyny would be covered, whatever their biological sex.

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