Jonathan Cooper is a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers in London and the former director of the Human Dignity Trust, which works to decriminalize homosexuality. He tweets at @jonathancoopr
Maya Forstater’s views on trans people shouldn’t have been ruled a belief
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There appears to be no appetite for further LGBTQI legislation.
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Johnson is failing to consider the human rights of the vulnerable.
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