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As a candidate standing for a Cambridgeshire constituency in the General Election on 4th July 2024, we would like to ask how you will work to uphold the rights of women and girls within Cambridgeshire, should you be elected as a Member of Parliament. 

While our members have a range of political views, the issues that are of concern to them, girls and women's rights and the impact of gender ideology on those rights is a key focus for them in selecting a candidate to vote for in the General Election. We have read the available party manifestos and although some parties seem to be at odds with the concerns of our members, we are also aware that individual candidates do understand our concerns. For this reason we are contacting all candidates to ask them some key questions. These responses will be shared via our website to our wider group and followers.

  • Do you agree that there are only two sexes, male and female, and these are immutable in humans? 

  • Do you agree that there are situations where the law must recognise this is important?  

  • Do you agree that the Equality Act should be made clearer by defining sex as biological sex? 


In the interests of clarity, in all questions below, sex refers to biological sex.

  • As an MP will you stand up for single sex services including single sex toilets and changing facilities;  single sex protection for women in prison and refuges and the right to same sex care in hospital, home and care settings?


  • Will you protect and support the right for single sex sports for women and girls at all levels - from grassroots to elite?


  • Will you commit to ensuring that gender self identification is not introduced through the back door?


  • Will you ensure that sex education provided in schools follows a safeguarding first principle; is age appropriate and does not present beliefs as facts?


  • Will you ensure that all areas of government including the Civil Service, National Health Service and Department for Education use clear language around sex and gender and clarify what they mean by terms such as gender identity?


  • Do you support the findings of the Cass Review and commit to implementing the proposals for gender identity services for children and young people?



We look forward to receiving your response to the questions.

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