The family of a 19-year-old British woman known as ST said 'we will continue to fight for these reporting restrictions to be overturned and for ST's right to be identified and for her full story to be known.'
'For refusing to use preferred pronouns and expressing his Christian belief on marriage in response to questions from pupils, he became a marked man. From that moment, everything he did in the classroom and outside of it came under intense scrutiny,' Andrea Williams, chief executive of the Christian Legal Centre, said of barred teacher Joshua Sutcliffe.
'The Department for Education must look closely at this case and take appropriate action to protect teachers, who often hold Christian beliefs on these issues, from being hounded out of the profession for opposing or even questioning transgender ideology,' Andrea Williams of the Christian Legal Centre said.
‘Anyone who cares about freedom of speech should be alarmed by what is happening to me. If it happens to me in Malta, I assure you that it will soon be happening in other countries across the world,’ Christian charity worker Matthew Grech said.
The family's lawyers are seeking assurances from the hospital trust that life-support will not be removed while they make an application to the UN, despite the hospital being now legally able to remove it.