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Since the 1990s, a series of laws have gradually been affording more rights and protections to transgender people in the United Kingdom in the areas of identity documents, right to marry, and anti-discrimination measures in the areas of employment, education, housing, and services.

Transgender people were sometimes able to have identity documents informally amended until a 1970 ruling, which would end the practice for the following decades.

After a 2002 ruling by the European Court of Human Rights against the UK government, Parliament passed the Gender Recognition Act of 2004 to allow people to apply to change their legal gender.

Anti-discrimination measures have existed since 1999, were strengthened to include anti-harassment wording in the 2000s, and in 2010 gender reassignment was included as a protected characteristic in the Equality Act.

With the 2013 introduction of same-sex marriage, it became possible for a spouse to legally change their gender without requiring a divorce.

described by Pink News as "a stipulation in the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act that married transgender people can only be legally recognised as their correct gender if their spouse gives permission".

Historically transgender people in the United Kingdom have succeeded in having their birth certificates changed and marriages conducted.

This was first legally challenged in the 1960s in the case of Ross Alexander, where the Court of Session ruled that the certificate change was legitimate for the purposes of inheriting a title, a decision later upheld by the Home Secretary.

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