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What are trans self-ID laws and what impact do they have?

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The British government has said it will block Scotland from making it easier for transgender people to change their legal gender, amid an increasingly toxic national debate over the issue.

Scottish secretary Alister Jack said the UK government would be invoking powers for the first time allowing it to veto the Scottish law after Edinburgh last month passed a bill allowing people to self-certify a change in gender.

Self-ID laws have caused debate around the world, with LGBTQ+ groups saying the process will greatly improve trans people’s lives and opponents stating it could endanger women and girls.

More than a dozen countries worldwide allow trans self-ID, including Malta, Denmark, New Zealand and Argentina, while others like Germany, the Netherlands and Finland are currently considering similar legislation.

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