Stonewall tribunal paused so ‘witness can have support dog’ to give evidence against Allison Bailey


Stonewall’s tribunal was paused so the charity’s ‘head of trans inclusion could have his mother and support dog’ present to give evidence against JK Rowling’s friend Allison Bailey.

Kirrin Medcalfe, 34, the head of trans inclusion at Stonewall, delayed the online hearing on Tuesday after failing to tell the court he required special arrangements to give evidence.

Stonewall’s barrister, Ijeoma Omambala QC told the tribunal that Mr Medcalfe should have ‘periodic breaks’ and a ‘support person’…



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