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Friday, December 22, 2023

PHOTO: Graham Linehan called murdered trans teen, Brianna Ghey, a confused young boy in an X post on December 20, 2023

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it has it Graham Linehan called murdered trans teen, Brianna Ghey, a confused young boy in an X post.

On Tuesday (1 February), Mumsnet hosted a webchat with Caroline Nokes, the Tory MP for Romsey and Southampton North and chair of the Women and Equalities Select Committee, and Stella Creasy, the Labour MP for Walthamstow, to discuss being a woman and a mother in politics.

Anyone familiar with Mumsnet will be unsurprised to hear that users’ questions almost immediately turned to the unrelated topic of trans rights.
Deanna Heer KC, prosecuting, said that the Crown had deliberately not raised the issue of transphobia in the presence of the jury.

Maugham was spoken to by police on behalf of the court and deleted the message which he posted on X, formerly Twitter, after the prosecution had opened its case, the Times reports.

In a subsequent apology, the barrister told The Guardian: 'Some weeks back I deleted several tweets about the trial. 

'I also said to the judge I would – and I think it is important to do this when you make a mistake – publicly apologise.

Nokes and Creasy were pelted with questions on the definition of the word “woman”, whether they affirm trans women and whether they support Gender Recognition Act reform, with one Mumsnet user asking: “Why is my safety and dignity not deemed important? Why is women’s lived experience cast aside?”

at this stage the obsession feels most worrying I think, I obv take a different stance on trans people but crucially – and no offence to the trans people in my life – I don't spend all day every day thinking about them, whereas that lot…..clearly think of little else now— Marie Le Conte (@youngvulgarian) February 1, 2022

The Trial... takes listeners behind the headlines and into the courtrooms of some of the biggest trials in the world.

The first series 'The Trial of Lucy Letby' was a global hit, with more than 13million downloads, while season two focused on the murder of Ashling Murphy, a 23-year-old teacher from Ireland.

Its third season follows the tragic case of Brianna Ghey, a 16-year-old transgender girl killed in Warrington, England.

Follow the evidence as the jury hears it, in twice-weekly reports from The Daily Mail's Northern Correspondent Liz Hull and broadcast journalist Caroline Cheetham.

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