Writing for The Times Brief, Katy Watts, Justice First Fellow at Public Law Project, explains why the lives of gay men are still being blighted by convictions for historic sex offences and calls on Home Secretary Amber Rudd to act to end this injustice by widening the scope of the so-called ‘Alan Turing law’.

The article can be read here, although it is behind the Times paywall.

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