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Will Anneliese Dodds finally see sense on trans rights?

8 July 2024

11:51 PM

8 July 2024

11:51 PM

The waiting is over. Anneliese Dodds has been named as minister of state for women and equalities, and will attend cabinet as part of her role. Meanwhile, Bridget Phillipson will be the official minister, tied into her Secretary of State for Education brief.

It’s not the courageous change that some were hoping for: Dodds was equalities shadow to Kemi Badenoch in the previous parliament.

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