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BBC Three Counties Radio: Roger Kiska speaks about the legalities of Nigel and Sally Rowe's case

Listen to Roger Kiska speak to BBC Three Counties Radio about the legalities of Nigel and Sally Rowe's removal of their children from a Church of England primary school, on the Isle of Wight. Roger discusses what is covered legaly under the Equality Act, Human Rights Act and Gender Recognition Act.

12/9/17

13m 39s

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