Women’s Equality Party sacks official who accused parents of trans kids of child abuse

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The Women’s Equality Party has sacked an official spokeswoman because of her views on transgender rights. Heather Brunskell-Evans, who had been a key member of the party, faced a probe after apparently being connected with trans-exclusionary feminist movement. The campaigner, who is also a research fellow at King’s College London, has been a prominent critic of parents who support their transgender children and help them with transition. The Women’s Equality Party had opened a probe into the official last year after she made an appearance on a BBC programme in which she described accepting parents of transgender children as “abusive”, later facing tonnes of complains from watchers that forced her to resign issuing the following statement: “Today [the Women’s Equality Party] have reached the conclusion to their investigation. They say they recommend I do not continue in my role as Party Spokeswoman for violence against women and girls to take effect immediately.I will not appeal and I resign my membership.”

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