How Labour’s cervix problem began

Party’s transphobia row has been raging for more than a year - with Keir Starmer finally weighing in on debate

Labour leader Keir Starmer arrives at the Hilton Brighton Metropole hotel on the opening day of the Labour Party conference
(Image credit: Justin Tallis/AFP via Getty Images)

A transphobia row over cervixes, which began in July last year, is still plaguing the Labour Party more than a year later.

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