So, without fully wading in 😬, I thought it would be useful to explore the kinds of legal arguments which are likely to apply. /2
1 Is the objective sufficient important to justify limiting the right?
2 Are measures connected to the objective?
3 Are the objectives no more than necessary to accomplish it?
4 Do they strike a fair balance between rights of individual/community?
(see supremecourt.uk/cases/docs/uks…, para 172) /10
(1) Is it proportionate and non-discriminatory to provide women's only services which are *always* trans-inclusive?
(2) If NO then is there a proportionate way to include trans and other groups in services? ..
(3) In any case, what is the appropriate policy for identifying trans women so they can use women's only services?