What do you think the Scottish Government should do in regards to the UK government’s intervention over the Gender Recognition Reform bill?

Fieldwork dates: 6 February 2023 - 13 February 2023
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: What do you think the Scottish Government should do in regards to the UK government’s intervention over the Gender Recognition Reform bill?
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13 February 2023
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Challenge the UK government's intervention in the courts22%
Work to amend the bill30%
Abandon the bill entirely32%
Don't know16%

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    The Scottish Government has announced that it currently intends to
    mount a legal challenge to the UK government's intervention over the
    Gender Recognition Reform bill, which is likely to be ultimately
    determined in the Supreme Court at a significant cost to Scottish and UK
    taxpayers. The UK government has urged the Scottish Government to
    instead work with it to present an amended version of the bill which is
    compliant with UK law, while women's-rights campaigners have called on
    them to drop the bill completely.
    What do you think the Scottish Government should do?

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