Suella Braverman: Schools do not need to comply with gender preference of pupils

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Suella Braverman: Schools do not need to comply with gender preference of pupils

Published Wednesday 10 August 2022

Schools do not have a legal obligation to comply with the gender preference of their pupils, the Attorney General has said.Writing for The Daily Telegraph, Suella Braverman says schools should only affirm the gender preference of a child where it differs from their birth sex “upon the advice of an independent medical practitioner”.Her comments come in advance of a speech to the Policy Exchange on Wednesday addressing equalities and rights.She writes: “Many schools and teachers believe – incorrectly – that they are under an absolute legal obligation to treat children who are gender questioning according to the preference of the...

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