Natalie Bird Legal Fund
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Latest: Jan. 24, 2024
Crowdfunder update January 2024
First of all many congratulations to Jo Phoenix and her win against the Open University (OU), listening to her interview on BBC’s women's hour it struck me that culturally the OU has many s…Read more
Natalie has been a Lib Dem member since 2015 and stood as a prospective councillor in 2015, losing the seat to the head of the council's tory party by only a few hundred votes.
She is a mother of two boys and a passionate believer in sex-based rights for women. Holding such beliefs in the current political climate has come at a cost especially as, within the last decade the Lib Dem's focus has moved away from women's equality and instead it centers on transgender people’s rights. Natalie believes this view tends to exclude women, pushing them further out of politics when women’s voices are needed more than ever.
In 2018 a complaint was made against her for raising concerns about the rights of vulnerable women; concerns that Transwomen were allowed access to women's refuges. This was in the context that she herself had left an abusive relationship, was living with her two boys with her mother, whilst being dragged through the family courts by her ex-partner. In this context Natalie believe that policies should focus on protecting vulnerable women. This has been discussed nationally as recently as August 2020.
The 2018 complaint against her was formally dismissed by the Lib Dems in August 2018.
She lost a number of internal roles such as Standards on North West Executive, being a judge on the Ashdown prize and chair of the Radical Association.
In late 2018, Natalie wore a T-shirt saying "Woman: Adult Human Female" in a Lib Dem meeting. There followed an investigation and in November 2019 Natalie was "barred from holding or standing for election to any party office for 10 years" and "barred from holding or seeking to be elected to any public office on behalf of the party for a period of 10 years" because she had "disseminat(ed) transphobic material over a prolonged time". For allegedly "speaking to a journalist", (an alleged breach of confidentiality) she received a reprimand. Natalie has appealed these findings and denies being transphobic, instead has simply raised questions around how to find the right balance between gender based rights and sex based rights. That appeal is still pending.
Natalie seeks to instruct lawyers to explore whether there have been breaches of the internal procedures of the Liberal Democrats and whether there have been breaches of the Equality Act 2010 against her (and potentially other women in the party).
You can read about what happened to Natalie here in the Times here
Thank you for contributing to this fund which will help Natalie raise money to seek advice as to any potential legal redress of these actions.
Jan. 24, 2024
Crowdfunder update January 2024
First of all many congratulations to Jo Phoenix and her win against the Open University (OU), listening to her interview on BBC’s women's hour it struck me that culturally the OU has many similarities with the Lib Dems with regard to this issue particularly around the 'whispering ' campaigns, the smear campaigns, the ostracism. From reading the judgement there is much that applies to the libdems directly and I hope senior party members will be reading through the detail of the judgement.
I would like to hope appropriate changes will be made but as an excessive amount has been spent on numerous legal opinions, the groupthink at the centre of the party persists and they do not seem able to accept that they may not be the 'good' guys on this occasion.
I feel like my case being heard within the Royal Courts Of Justice is the only chance of real change and any kind of justice. Unfortunately the libdems have a culture of avoidance rather than acceptance and making real cultural changes within the party structures.
Unfortunately our institutions have allowed a culture to develop where only one viewpoint can be discussed, and where there is bullying and toxicity should an individual not agree.
I finally now have dates for trial which will be 19th until 26th August.
My case started in late 2017, and I was removed from roles in early 2018 by Paddy Ashdown, who whilst being a hero to many was unable to recognise the dangers of the Gender Recognition Act and Self-ID and who unfortunately was unable to stand up to the party’s 'gender extremists ' on my behalf.
I find it remarkable that all this started when my youngest was one and who is now eight and I'm still nowhere near achieving justice either within the party or outside, there has been no significant cultural change, the key players haven't been held to account within the party and as we can see from the way that Helen Belcher is being promoted, they are instead being celebrated when the party is still doing the minimum to stay within the law but making it almost impossible for Gender Critical voices to be heard.
Change must come before the next election. The next election in my eyes will be around those of us fighting for truth and reality and against the parties and individuals standing against those things whilst denying women fundamental rights.
June 13, 2023
Finally we had our debate in parliament, we watched this play out for years with women being ostracised, demonised and pushed out from their jobs for questioning 'gender' and stating that sex is real.
I was removed from numerous roles with the libdems for the crime of wearing a slogan t-shirt to internal party meetings, although the libdems have a whole party faction (lead by the LGBT group) that make and sell slogan t-shirts to the party membership!
Monday's debate focussed on two petitions one seeking to make changes to the wording in the Equality Act, and the other brought by Stonewall asking that no changes are made, personally ( unpopular opinion here) but I think they are both wrong and both focusing on the wrong thing.
It is clear that the original architects of the Equality Act never meant for sex to be anything other than 'biological sex'.
The fundamental legislative flaw is with the drafting and wording of the Gender Recognition Act (GRA), and the creation of the legal 'fiction' that men can be something other than men.
The wording and the interpretation of gender reassignment within the Equality Act also creates problems, although none of us would wish for transpeople who have undergone surgery ( and those who haven')t to be treated unfavourably or discriminated against in the workplace or any other environment.
The problem we have is a moral one and one around societal boundaries and how these should be respected, as well as flaws with the way the policies and Stonewall's interpretation has found its way into every key institution.
If Trans activists and transpeople respected women's reasonable boundaries, and also respected the fact that they are unable to change sex no matter what cosmetic, hormonal or superficial changes are made, there would simply be no issues within society on the trans topic.
Women already have a right to single sex spaces within the legislation but what we have is a small group of people who, much like Boris Johnson, seem to think that much of society laws and social rules simply do not apply to them.
The law does not need to be changed but how we treat those who choose to ignore societies rules must change, the legislation must be able to be no longer interpreted that men have any rights or entitlements to those spaces and there must be strong penalties for those that think they can override societal boundaries.
The Equality Act has never been the problem, the GRA is the fundamental source of the conflict and until this is reviewed and redefined conflicts will keep reoccurring.
April 13, 2023
Update 12 - Costs and Case Management Update with a 6 day trial!
To: My Crowd Funders
Things are starting to become very real in my case against the Lib Dems.
Wednesday 12 April 2023 was my cost management hearing to determine the costs and length of trial against the Lib Dems.
The judge has decided that this will be a 6 day trial at the Royal Courts of Justice. We will be advised of the actual dates shortly and I will update you.
As ever the court process is slow and unwieldy. My claim was originally issued in March 2021 and covers continuing acts of discrimination up until now.
I'm still currently suspended, I still cannot hold any party role for 10 years either internally or externally.
My crime was wearing a T-shirt stating the extremely bland fact that women are adult human females.
This fact sent transwomen into meltdown who tried to force my expulsion from the party.
Those who wish for tolerance for themselves are intolerant of others, it's vital that candidates within political parties are able to speak out on issues they are passionate about and able to challenge party policy positions where these create conflicts and harms to other groups.
Thank you for your continuing support with regard to my case.
Justice will prevail.
Natalie Bird 13/04/2023
March 20, 2023
Update 11 - Lib Dem Spring Conference 2023
To: My Crowdfunders
This weekend was libdem conference, something I couldn't take part in due to being suspended and denied full membership rights.
I’ve been to previous conferences and they are inspirational for the party activists as well as providing training and connection with the wider party.
It was strange this weekend to watch the speeches from the main auditorium, via the publicly available YouTube feed available here.
Conference is unfortunately still only attended by the most ardent party hardliners and the top levels of the party. It’s clear from watching the youtube feed ( and observing the amount of 'trans rights' party approved libdem slogan t shirts that the party hierarchy is still captured and controlled by the party activists, who are intent on pushing policies and agendas that are toxic to the wider public.
The gap between the political elite and the public is growing wider and is it any surprise that politics is failing the general public and women more generally.
Following conference the activists are calling for all of those with gender critical views to be removed from the party.
It seems to mere mention of the words 'trans' and 'non binary' by GC's send the activists into meltdown and they are unable to critically think through proposals.
This morning has seen news that the democrats in Australia plan to expel Moira Deeming for attending the standing for women rally in Australia, more info is here.
My next hearing will be in a few weeks in the Royal Courts of Justice, its vital we fight this to ensure that politics is a safe place for women no matter what they choose to believe, and to ensure women can stand as candidates without being made to spout lies and take positions they don't believe in.
Thanks for you continuing support for my case.
March 6, 2023
Update 10 - Spring Conference season is here again
Conference season is here again
In a few weeks it will be the Liberal Democrat spring conference.
In 2020, in the middle of the pandemic, the Lib Dems held their first virtual online Autumn conference.
I bought tickets for the conference using my usual email address, and was open, upfront and honest with the party when buying them. I bought the tickets and logged in, obviously virtual conferences can't compete on many levels with actual in-person conferences but I was looking forward to the virtual connections and motion debates.
I joined on the Saturday and posted about it in my twitter feed, suddenly there was a pile on of complaints from activists up and down the country, my mere virtual presence was enough to make them 'unsafe'.
More concerningly there were complaints from individuals in very senior party positions, trying to say I had lied and created a fictitious email to get tickets to conference.
Rather than creating fictions about me I suggest that the party should improve and enhance its internal systems.
When I questioned why I had been removed after I’d been sold tickets a he/him membership officer told me I was still suspended and access couldn’t be granted.
It then took Lib Dem party HQ a further 6 months to refund the ticket price for my tickets, which I thought was particularly appalling especially as I’m a single mum and times are financially tough.
This time as conference season comes around they'll be a sizeable Lib Dem contingent looking to make changes to the constitution.
I may not be able to join them in the conference hall but I'll be there in spirit as we fight back against the insidious gender ideology.
Being removed from conference I believe is unfortunately just a further act of discrimination, amongst many acts of discrimination I’ve suffered from the Lib Dems for being an ordinary woman with strong opinions around the protections women need in life and law.
Thanks for your continuing support of my case.
Feb. 16, 2023
Update 9 - what a week!
To: My Crowd Funders
What a fallout we’ve seen this week!
Nicola Sturgeon has lost her position due to not being able to state that Isla Bryson was a rapist and a man. Her decision was career defining and ultimately career ending, after all why should the public trust anyone who doesn't know the simple truth that men who rape cannot then become women.
The Lib Dems aren't faring much better. Ed Davey was taken to task this week by Iain Dale, around how conflicts around the trans issues are causing problems internally yet still Ed refused to address it, couldn’t articulate a coherent position and only when pushed claim accepted he knew about my case (even though he's a member of the party’s Federal Board).
The link is here so you can enjoy Ed squirming for yourselves - My case starts around 41:30.
If you can, please donate to my crowd funder but only give what you can easily afford. If not, then please do help by sharing it on social media or simply talking about the case with your friends.
Jan. 3, 2023
Update 8 - Scottish Reforms
To: My Crowd Funders
I have been deeply upset watching a particular video from one of the Scottish Green MSPs discussing the GRR bill, as I have been throughout the whole Gender Recognition bill fracas.
I’m worried that we have a breed of politicians that are rushing through legislation without giving it adequate thought nor considering evidence presented to the Scottish Government.
MSPs are rushing to remove the period of reflection around GRCs and for GRCs to be available for under 16s.
I'm concerned that teenagers and young adults could be rushed or pressured down unsuitable routes because they are unable to stand up to their peers or groupthink.
More tellingly we also saw certain MSPs vote to give sexual offenders the right to a GRC, even though this poses safeguarding risks and ensures that previous offences won't show up on a DBS check.
Common sense should have ensured that anyone who had caused harm to women and children was excluded from the GRC process.
We must do all we can to ensure this can't happen in the UK and I call on our PM to review the impact that the current GRA is having upon the Equality Act 2010 as soon as possible.
Lady Haldane's December 2022 judgment in Scotland has ruled that a Gender Recognition Certificate allows biological males to be protected in law from sex discrimination as a woman and protected from discrimination due to gender reassignment. The definition of sex is therefore now conclusively stripped of its anchor in biology. With the Scottish Government’s new GRR bill, that means any man who wishes can in law obtain 2 protected characteristics within a short period of time, that of the protections afforded to the female sex and also protection due to him undergoing gender reassignment.
It’s vital our Westminster government considers the implications of this on women's day to day lives, and with regard to data collected by our institutions within the UK. The GRA was meant to achieve fairness for trans individuals but this was not meant to come at the price of women being removed from boards and replaced by Transwomen, when women have been fighting for centuries for an equality that has never been achieved.
There is currently no data and evidence around puberty blockers, yet still Lib Dem policy is to put children on a medicalised pathway, without adequately considering the potential harms of the medication.
We are seeing this insanity in the UK with prominent Transactivists pushing children down a medical pathway when they themselves have transitioned later in life.
It’s vital that we have SMPs (and MPs for that matter) who act with integrity and who are prepared to put the safeguarding of women and children at the forefront, and who can build sensible legislation that protects all groups without leaving dangerous loopholes.
I believe in the UK that its vital that the impact of the GRR is reviewed against the Equality Act as soon as possible as it is currently blasting holes into the sex-based rights for women supposedly enshrined in the Equality Act.
My initial court date was in late December 2022. We are looking at a multi-day trial against the Lib Dems.
Currently this issue cannot be discussed by councillors and MPs. If our elected officials cannot gather their own thoughts on these issues, it becomes an impossible task for them to build legislation that works to protect those who most need it.
This is why the fight within the Lib Dems is vital for all our political parties.
Thanks for you continued support around my case.
Nov. 10, 2022
Update 7 - Directions Hearing
To: My Crowd Funders
The Central London County Court has now set down a Directions hearing in December for my case against the Lib Dems. At this hearing the Court will set down a date for trial and also dates for the evidence in this case to be exchanged, called disclosure and witness statements. After we have this evidence, I can then report back on how my legal team consider prospects of success.
I didn’t realise when I issued my claim in March 2021 that it would take so long but I am determined to ensure that women’s rights are protected in political parties.
The Lib Dems are still very much burying their head in the sand on the hard won rights of women, and are refusing to comply with their Equality Act obligations.
The Lib Dems internal elections complete next week and I remain hopeful that this may bring some changes to the internal structures and promote a liberalism focused on freedom of thought, speech and belief and less focused on 'groupthink' and identity politics.
I'm disappointed that the Lib Dems are unable to accept that there may need to be changes within the party structures and that the only way this can be achieved is by the courts, as there are still to many individuals within the party structures wishing to retain personal influence rather than acting for the greater good of the party and the electorate..
I know that times are very hard right now and I would not want you to give any financial help that will cause any further hardship. Simply sharing this or even talking about my case would be a great help.
I am always grateful for any help received.
March 14, 2022
Update 6 - Kier Starmer
To: My Crowd Funders
I was dismayed to read last week in one of our national newspapers that Keir Starmer, leader of the Labour party and aspiring PM-in-waiting believes that 'Transwomen are women', which to me showed a staggering inability to 'read the room ' and notice just how far the gender wars have progressed since I first spoke out in early 2018.
He then tried to placate women by stating he also believed women are entitled to safe spaces and that the Equality Act would remain unchanged.
As Mr Starmer is a prominent lawyer it seems striking that he seems to have little knowledge of the Gender Reform Act (“GRA 2004”) and is trying to play the electorate for fools for trying to ride two horses at the same time.
Anyone who has looked into the legislation surrounding the original GRA 2004 will immediately have discomfort around the 'legal fiction' that was created by the Act, and the fact our government is supplying 'false' birth certificates for any individual wishing to be 'seen' as the opposite gender.
This strikes me as a particularly short-sighted way to deal with helping, supporting and protecting Transpeople in our society, many of whom feel deeply uncomfortable with their bodies and their gender.
I’m sure you'll agree a new birth certificate offers a transperson no means of protection and instead opens the door to a whole host of unintended consequences, leading to issues like Karen White been placed in the mother and baby unit at New Hall (although Karen did not have a Gender Recognition Certificate ) and skews the data both on the census and more widely around the data gathered around women.
Life has moved on since 2004, and it is high time this government reviewed the GRA 2004 and ask whether it really is fit for purpose or whether it is creating more problems than it solves.
For Keir to apply his legal mind to this point rather than just 'virtue signaling' to a small minority of his party would be a better use of everyone's time and resources.
I believe that our next government needs to be a Labour/ Liberal alliance, but I cannot and will not support any party that refuses to speak for women and is not making policy based on rationality and evidence.
Although I have been unable to attend the Liberal Democrats spring conference once again, I’m aware my case has triggered a crisis of conscience in many senior liberals and campaigners, many of whom have contacted me privately around this matter. I was therefore extremely pleased to see that conference has voted unanimously to add 'sex' back into the party constitution. It’s a very small step in the scheme of things but a giant leap for the libdems.
For me achieving real 'cultural ' change within the libdems has always been as important to me as winning my case at court.
I would hope that Keir Starmer will also start to see outside of his party echo chambers and listen to the voters and the majority of the country this topic.
Keir Starmer cannot expect our vote if he is not prepared to respect our sex.
Jan. 31, 2022
Update 5 - Woman: Adult Human Female
Dear Crowd Funders
I hope that you and yours are well.
A short update, just to highlight that my article in The Critic was launched today. Hopefully it sets out clearer some of my political thoughts and views.
I hope you enjoy reading it. If you can, I would be grateful if you could please share it on your social media channels.
Jan. 7, 2022
Update 4 - Strong support from a former Lib Dem MEP
Happy New Year to my Crowd Funders! I wish you all the best for 2022.
A short update in relation to the case – the plan is to serve my claim with Particulars of Claim on the defendants shortly and I will update you when I do.
In the meantime, I want to thank you all for the comments which are an immeasurable source of support during this very difficult time. I can’t believe how stressful litigation is and I have barely started down the road. As I have said before, I can only carry on this litigation with the financial support through Crowd Funding, but I appreciate that it is a really difficult time, especially with the cost of living, and people should only give if they can afford it.
Since starting this litigation, I have been struck by how many current and former members of the Liberal Democrats have reached out to support me. Many want to remain anonymous for fear of reprisal and have asked to remain confidential. Some have had complaints made against them for supporting me. For those who wish to remain anonymous, private messages of support are a great comfort.
However, some are very content to be well known in their support for me and my case. One particular “heavy hitter” in the party who wants to support me is Chris Davies, Former Member of Parliament for Littleborough & Saddleworth (1995 – 97) and Member of the European Parliament (1999 – 2014 and 2019-2020). He has kindly provided a very generous donation and has invited me to share his reasons with you.
Chris Davies writes
“I have been an active member of the party since 1974, and a Liberal Democrat parliamentarian for more than 17 years. We Liberals always used to support the right of people to protest though non-violent direct action, so I was outraged to learn of the way in which Natalie Bird has been treated. How can a serious political party condemn someone for silently stating that a woman is an adult, human female? In the party of J.S. Mill, the author of ‘On Liberty’ who advocated the right of every individual to express their views, is objective science now to be dismissed because it doesn’t fit with the latest political ideas? Science should not be swept aside by glib slogans claiming that trans-women are women without qualification of any kind at all.
“As Liberal Democrats we seek to build a society in which no individual shall experience discrimination, and it should go without saying that trans rights are human rights, but with rights go responsibilities and the need for balance. Women have the right to feel safe, and they may feel less safe if males are allowed to declare themselves female without any medical justification and without safeguards that have yet to be specified. Women athletes surely have the right to compete against women who have not gained the muscular advantage of male puberty. Young people should be encouraged to exercise the right to explore their own sexuality without pressure from those who encourage them to seek medical intervention. A lesbian woman, Keira Bell, has had the courage to speak up against the hormone treatment and mastectomy she underwent; how many other young women/men have undergone surgery and been sterilised only now to regret it?
“These are not easy issues, and I know that the views of feminists are deeply divided, but a political party that seeks to frame legislation should be prepared to listen to all views and explore how best to calm concerns and resolve conflicts. This is not what our party is doing. It has determined that the concerns of women should be dismissed. It seeks to silence dissenters within the party and crush opposition. I hate to say this of the party that I have served and supported for so long, but in this respect it has become intolerant and illiberal.
“I am supporting Natalie Bird’s case because I want once again to be proud, and not ashamed, of the way in which our party behaves. I hope her legal action is successful, and that the Liberal Democrats are forced to think afresh.”
Nov. 10, 2021
We have issued my Claim!
We have issued my Claim!
Once again I can only say how grateful I am that so many people have generously donated to my Crowd Funder. The messages of support have been so helpful and they really do help me to keep up the fight.
I am very happy to report that my solicitors have now issued my claim in the County Court Money Claims Centre. This Crowd Funder is now for a claim that will be heard in Court.
My claims have been issued against the Liberal Democrats and The Liberal Democrats in England (amongst others). The entry in “brief details of claim” on the Claim Form are:
i) Breaches of my membership contract;
ii) Direct Discrimination contrary to philosophical belief and also sex;
iii) Indirect Discrimination contrary to philosophical belief and also sex;
iv) Harassment related to philosophical belief and also sex;
My philosophical beliefs are my Gender Critical beliefs: “that biological sex is immutable and should not be conflated with gender identity”. Further, that I do not believe in “Gender Identity. That I do not believe that every person has a gender which may be different to their sex at birth”. I claim I have suffered as a result of holding those beliefs.
We have not yet served the Claim Form or Particulars of Claim on the Defendants (there can be a period of 4 months or more before we have to serve) but my legal team are starting to put together the whole factual matrix of my claim which starts way back in 2017 and I believe is still ongoing. This will be my Particulars of Claim. We will then serve the Claim Form and Particulars on the Defendants. They will then have to file and serve their Defence. The Defence will be very difficult to read. The normal Court timetable will then be set in motion, with disclosure, witness statements and eventually a trial.
All this is thanks to you, my Crowd Funders, as I am totally reliant on Crowd Funding to bring my legal claim to Court. My mental health has suffered immeasurably since 2017 and I would rather be concentrating on bringing up my 2 children rather than having to fight this litigation, especially as I have other battles to fight in the family courts with my children’s’ father. However, I am committed to this task as I believe it is the right thing to do.
This means the hard work starts for me and my legal team.
Any help you can offer will always be gratefully received.
All the best and I will keep you updated.
Oct. 18, 2021
Update 2 - Uncomfortable and difficult conversations
Somehow within our political parties the word 'woman' has become forbidden, verboten, not needed, with those that dare to utter it burned at a metaphorical stake by party activists.
A few weeks ago Andrew Marr asked Ed Davey about why the word woman was a forbidden word within the libdems. Ed coughed and spluttered, evaded the question numerous times and then tried to move the conversation to the 'culture wars' and to discuss Trans.
The problem is that there is an inherent conflict between women's rights and trans rights, and we as a society need to tackle this by having uncomfortable and difficult conversations.
Unfortunately we are seeing that anyone who raises the word 'woman' and the conflicts, is being targeted in the manner that we have seen with Kathleen Stock this week.
I first spoke out in 2018, raising concerns on this issue. I'd recently left an abusive relationship and found appalling the fact that male bodied trans identified men could access women's refuges and spaces without any safeguarding for women utterly. I still haven't changed my mind on this.
We are seeing with trans ideology excuses made for inexcusable things. We are seeing Transwomen put in prison with our country's most vulnerable women but nobody is speaking up and protecting women.
We are seeing the data being skewed and statistics about women disappearing, replaced instead by a nebulous 'gender identity' that is having real world effects on single sex wards, and rape victims been unable to request a female doctor.
For speaking up in 2018, I lost numerous party positions including chair of the Lib Dem “Radical Association” and was forbidden to stand as a candidate in the 2019 election. That election saw Jo Swinson lose her seat. I believe a part of that was because she failed to be clear about what a woman is https://youtu.be/6yfXtkjMgAE
This is a turning point; we need more from our politicians: instead of lies we need truth, courage and integrity.
Thank you for all your support into my Crowdfunder. So far, two pre-action letters have been sent to the Lib Dems to which there has been no substantive response. My case is likely to be heard at some point next year.
The ongoing persecution for those of us who speak out is exhausting. We must continue to fight, the tide is slowly turning and this is a fight we can and will win.
Thank you for your ongoing support
Sept. 27, 2021
Update 1 - Message to my Crowd Funders
Many thanks to all of you who have been very generous to my Crowd Funding efforts so far.
I write to update my case given the last few weeks have sparked intense debate both within our political parties and outside, with Andrew Marr leading the questioning to Ed Davey on 'what is a woman'.
Andrew Marr went on to specifically mention my legal case (and my T-Shirt “woman: noun, adult human female") and my treatment by the Lib Dems along with the sanctions I’ve received which were a 10 year ban from standing in any party role internally and externally.
The link to Ed Davey being questioned by Marr as to what a woman is, here:
The link to Daisy cooper being questioned on this same topic on BBC politics here:
The sane question was also posed by Emma Barnett on BBC women's hour on radio 4. You can listen here:
Separately to this a second pre-action letter has been sent to the Lib Dems. We are awaiting a response.
My case is strong and winnable, focusing on the issues of Freedom of speech as well as direct discrimination, indirect discrimination more widely towards women in the Lib Dems and harassment.
Sometimes in these debates we lose focus on who the real 'victims' are. I've been targeted for speaking out on this topic since 2018. I will continue to stand up for women and ask the Lib Dems to find 'moral courage' to stand up and do the right thing for women.
I will not stand down in my convictions and feel that justice is urgently needed in my case.
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