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At 11am on Tuesday 3rd November the committee held it's fifth oral evidence session in London. There was only one witness, who was originally announced as a witness for the fourth session but in a last minute change was moved into a separate session. This was:

Ed Vaizey MP, Minister of State for Culture and the Digital Economy, Department for Culture, Media and Sport / Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

Issues covered:

  • Media regulation: current regulatory arrangements and protection from transphobic coverage
  • Sport: operation of the rules which allow exclusion from single sex sporting activities


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About the Inquiry

The Inquiry into Transgender Equality was first launched by the new Women and Equalities Committee. It began on 27th July 2015 and is currently still ongoing.

The official website of the inquiry is available here and you can also follow along on twitter using the #transinquiry hashtag.