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Equalities watchdog suspends probe into EHRC chairman Baroness Falkner


Britain’s equalities watchdog has suspended its £120,000 probe into its embattled boss after trans activists hounded her for publicly defending female-only spaces. 

Baroness Falkner of Margravine, chairman of the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), had been subjected to ‘vile abuse’, having been the target of a slew of complaints from officials alleging ‘bullying’, ‘transphobia’ and ‘harassment’.

It comes after the 68-year-old called for a change in the law to defend women-only spaces, urging ministers to update the definition of ‘sex’ in the 2010 Equality Act to make clear it…



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