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Inquiry into gender treatment for children to be launched by Health Secretary Sajid Javid

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'We need to be more careful' with transgender conversion therapyIt comes after Mr Javid said "we need to be more careful" when it comes to conversion therapy for transgender people.He said it is "absolutely right" that conversion therapy is banned "for LGB people" but said a "more sensitive approach" needs to be taken when it comes to those who are transgender.At the beginning of the month, the government changed its plans for banning conversion therapy, which had been first set out in 2018 by then prime minister Theresa May.The government now plans to ban only gay conversion therapy, not trans conversion therapy.

It has said it will carry out further work to consider the issue."When it comes to conversion therapy, it is absolutely right, as the government has said, that we ban the so-called conversion therapy for LGB people," Mr Javid told Sky's Kay Burley in an interview earlier this month."When it comes to trans.

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