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Trans People Are Not Safe in the UK

Our Government Doesn't Want Them to Be

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The United Kingdom is, according to almost every metric, the best country in the world for LGBTQ+ people to live in. It’s not perfect, by any means, but there are decent protections in the workplace, good provisions for healthcare and family life, and even fairly good representation in the media.

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Sean Bennett

Sean Bennett

Freelance writer, editor and all-round curious so and so. Writing about politics, being queer, and lots besides! Get in touch at sean.writing27@gmail.com

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