trans kids treated on NHS will have medical records scrutinised to see which regret transitioning

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‘Another day, another story about trans people and the NHS. What is it this time?’

The Headliners react to an article in the Daily Mail: Every trans child treated on NHS in the past decade will have medical records scrutinised to see how many regret transitioning

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