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Scottish court rules UK government veto of gender recognition bill lawful

  • The Scottish government's proposed gender recognition legislation was blocked by the UK government, thereby preventing transgender people from obtaining official documents that correspond with their gender identities.
  • The Scottish government challenged the UK government's decision at the Court of Session, but the court ruled in favor of the UK government, stating that the power used to block the bill was constitutional.
  • The decision disappointed trans-rights campaigners who support self-identification for changes in gender identification.
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