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Nicola Sturgeon appears to question the legal drinking age as she defends controversial gender laws


Nicola Sturgeon has sparked backlash after appearing to question the legal drinking age in Scotland as she continued to defend the SNP’s controversial gender reform law.

In an interview for Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg, the First Minister was questioned about the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill which lowers the minimum age that Scots can legally change their gender from 18 to 16.

The BBC journalist asked why 16-year-olds could not buy a pint in the pub or drive a car, but would be old enough to make such a profound decision.

Ms Sturgeon responded: ‘I used to – when I was growing up and probably sixteen – used to take the view that there should be a single age of consent.

In an interview for Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg, the First Minister was questioned about the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill which lowers the minimum age that Scots can legally change their gender from 18 to 16

In an interview for Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg, the First Minister was questioned about the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill which lowers the minimum age that Scots can legally change their gender from 18 to 16

The BBC journalist asked why 16-year-olds could not buy a pint in the pub or drive a car, but would be old enough to make such a profound decision

The BBC journalist asked why 16-year-olds could not buy a pint in…



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