That's how party policy will get changed. There was no such motion at last years LP conference, nor at the Women's Conference in Telford.
They really needed to do the audit before deciding the policy! But no such audit has been done.
Manifesto commitment on Audit for Impact on Women
This CLP notes that the Labour Party Manifesto 2017 (p109) says "A Labour government will gender audit all policy and legislation for its impact on women before implementation."
‘gender assignment’ to ‘gender identity’ and remove other outdated language such as‘transsexual.’ ”
No official definition of 'trans people' exists.
Women have expressed grave concerns about the potential impact of sex Self-Declaration (Self-ID) as proposed.
The audit to include the potential impact on:
◦the definition of 'woman'
◦women's prisons, shelters for women seeking refuge, changing rooms in leisure centres etc, toilets in public places, work places and community resources.
◦official data gathering, particularly relating to the sex-gap and disparities in education, employment, pay, crime, and health statistics.
◦monitoring of sex based discrimination.
that's 240 words (+title)