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The Labour leader declines to call Rosie Duffield's remarks transphobic, but adds: "It is something that shouldn't be said. It is not right.
Rosie Duffield has been criticised for her opposition to transgender women being able to access single-sex spaces such as domestic violence refuges, school toilets and prisons. The Canterbury MP is not attending Labour's conference in Brighton on security advice after allegedly getting threats.
When asked why Labour cannot guarantee the safety of its female MPs, given that Rosie Duffield is not at the party conference because she didn't feel safe, Angela Rayner she was "shocked" by the "level of misogynistic abuse" that female MPs get, adding it "has to stop" Phillips pic. In a tweet last year she questioned why she was being called a "transphobe" for "knowing that only women have a cervix".
Asked about the issue during an appearance on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, Sir Keir said there needed to be a "mature and respectful debate" around trans rights. Heat and Building Strategy: Homes with inefficient energy rating may struggle to get mortgages - leaked government plans. And on Ms Duffield, he declined to call her remarks transphobic, but added: "It is something that shouldn't be said. It was an honour to present the equalities report to Labour Conference.
Equality runs through Labour like the writing in a stick of Brighton rock And only Labour Government in Westminster can deliver the better, more equal society Britain deserves. Lab21 pic. Sir Keir added: "We need to have a mature, respectful debate about trans rights and we need to bear in mind that the trans community are amongst the most marginalised and abused communities, and wherever we've got to on the law, we need to go further.
Angela Rayner, Labour's deputy leader, said it was a "concern" that Ms Duffield felt unable to travel to Brighton for conference and promised "robust" action against any party member who targets her. Reacting to Sir Keir's remarks, Health Secretary Sajid Javid accused the Labour leader of displaying a "total denial of scientific facts". Total denial of scientific fact.
And he wants to run the NHS. The NHS website, under the heading - "Should trans men have cervical screening tests? It adds: "Trans men who have had a total hysterectomy to remove their cervix do not need cervical screening. In a speech to conference on Saturday, Labour's shadow equalities secretary Annelise Dodds said Labour was committed to reforming the Gender Recognition Act, making it easier for trans people to change their legal documents, to match their gender ased at birth to their current identity.
She also committed to the Equality Act, which states that trans people have the right to access gendered services appropriate to their identity, except in rare circumstances. Watch Live. Labour conference: Sir Keir Starmer says MP Rosie Duffield wrong to say 'only women have a cervix' The Labour leader declines to call Rosie Duffield's remarks transphobic, but adds: "It is something that shouldn't be said. By Alan McGuinness, political reporter, in Brighton. Fill 2 Copy 11 Created with Sketch.
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