“The fundamental fact is that the Gender Recognition Bill cannot and will not affect the Equality Act. The UK Government knows what it is doing by taking this political stance.”
“His imagined soap follows a US-based family of Scotch whisky distillers, living in a fantasy within the fiction which lets him poke fun at expat and would-be Scots.”
“Gender recognition is a devolved policy area and this does not change the Equality Act 2010 or give any additional rights to those with a certificate. It shortens and simplifies the process and, particularly, ends the requirement for a psychological diagnosis of gender dysphoria. This is in keeping with the guidance from the World Health Organisation and from the United Nations, which recommends change to a legal statutory process based on self-identification.
“I’m happy to say that the trend of Pokémon games improving on characters continues with many of the people you encounter getting far more development even if they have a short time on them that will leave them being well remembered, especially Larry.”
” we, in developed industrial societies and all aspiring, developing industrial societies, are recklessly plundering our planet’s natural resources in order to fuel economic growth; in pursuit of the cachet of success, of material wealth far beyond basic human needs of food, clothing and shelter.”
“I found Red Moon a difficult book to get a handle on, but unexpectedly I found a way to approach it in a crime novel by Glasgow-based SF writer Angus McAllister, author of The Krugg Syndrome, The Canongate Strangler and more recently Cyber Puppets.”
The Scottish Government wants to progress how Scotland produces and consumes its energy but to do that in a ‘Just’ way. It has published a draft Energy Strategy which it is now consulting on.
“Scotland’s growing range of fair and compassionate benefits is a testament to the country we strive to be.”
Ultraman is the second of the Ultra series by Tsubaraya productions and started in 1966.
“The Slovak Republic (now more regularly referred to as Slovakia) became an independent country on the 1st of January 1993 “