In the summer of 2017, the UK's Conservative Government announced proposals to reform the Gender Recognition Act and declared there would be a public consultation. This finally started on 3 July 2018 and closed on 22 October 2018. I have archived the information this page contained about responding to the consultation here. This page is for links to news stories and articles pertaining to transgender rights law amendment and self-ID. Readers' Poll in The Times 97% of respondents said no. YouGov / Pink News Survey Results June 2018 Only 18 percent of respondents – 13 percent of Tory voters, 18 percent of Lib Dem voters, and 24 percent of Labour voters – support following a self-identification standard without a doctor's approval. News stories, articles and blogs Latest Don't make trans switch easier, say public The Times 05.01.19 (maybe behind paywall) "The public are happy for transgender women to use women's changing rooms and lavatories but do not think it should be