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COLUMN: Traveller’s Tales: Where will we go to this year?

Roger Wheeler January 16, 2022

The world has cautiously opened up again and we can go almost anywhere including of course our closest friend, France. With all French government pronouncements there always has to be a health warning as they are quite capable of closing their frontiers at a moment’s notice without much warning. The hoops we have to jump […]

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EU rules in favour of same-sex parents after their child’s citizenship battle

Rachel Badham December 16, 2021

The EU’s top court has ruled in favour of a same-sex couple after authorities in Bulgaria refused to issue a birth certificate to their child.

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Spanish trans activists call for gender recognition law to be passed

Rachel Badham March 16, 2021

70 trans activists in Spain are on a hunger strike to the delayed gender recognition law is passed immediately.

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Spain proposes pro-trans bill

Rachel Badham February 14, 2021

A new law has been proposed by the far-left party in Spain’s coalition government which would make it easier for trans citizens to legally change their name and gender on official documents.

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Spain proposes to fine conversion therapy practitioners

Rachel Badham February 7, 2021

Spain has announced proposals to fine those who are found practicing LGBTQ+ conversion therapy, with the country’s minister of equality, Irene Montero, supporting the notion.

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