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Labour party votes overwhelmingly for trans inclusion

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  1. So Labour are just 20 years behind the Lib Dems then? As usual…

  2. Bill Perdue 26 Sep 2008, 12:10pm

    They’re light years ahead of the Democrats in the US and the Tories are still stuck in their Thatcherland time warp, so it’s good news except … these sorry jackasses keep deporting GLBT people back to their deaths. What on earth is wrong with the Home Office. Has they no morals at all? Do they want to be seen as clones of Bush and Cheney? Or are they just pandering to racists and islamophobes?

    No wonder people are breaking away to the left all the time. How much hemorrhaging can Labour stand?

  3. Bill Perdue 26 Sep 2008, 12:11pm

    Opps “have they” not “has they.”

  4. Robert, ex-pat Brit 26 Sep 2008, 12:57pm

    Bill, exactly! Maybe the recent assassination in Baghdad will wake the Home Office up out of its deep slumber. Now lets see if Cameron’s party matches Labour’s stand on trans people.

  5. theotherhalf 26 Sep 2008, 3:52pm

    record? What record?

    Labour wanted to (and, in the case of provision of goods and services) exclude Trans people from equality legislation

    Labour view bulling of Trans children as acceptable

    Labour accept workplace bulling of non-trans people who are perceived as trans.

    Some record…

  6. And while pledging their trans friendliness in the conference hall they are busy unveiling the ID card with its M/F sex tag…. very trans & genderqueer friendly!

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