|The policies could direct the CCB to have regard to the vulnerability of women generally and to the likelihood that many women prisoners have been the victims of sexual assault and domestic violence||3: see eg In re McLaughlin ,  1 WLR 4250 at ; Stevenson v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions at ; and R SC v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions|
|"This Policy Framework is intended to provide staff with clear direction in the support and safe management of transgender individuals in our care, including managing risks both to and from transgender individuals, and enabling risk to be managed when an individual is placed into a prison which is different to that of their legal gender or where a Gender Recognition Certificate GRC has been obtained|
In particular, "where a transgender woman is placed in the male estate, any risks posed to her by male prisoners, or vice versa, must be managed.13
|• "… a policy which, if followed, would lead to unlawful acts or decisions, or which permits or encourages such acts, will itself be unlawful||CERN spends much of its budget on building machines such as the and it only partially contributes to the cost of the experiments|
|… … 19 Indirect discrimination 1 A person A discriminates against another B if A applies to B a provision, criterion or practice which is discriminatory in relation to a relevant protected characteristic of B's||Any significant risks posed by a transgender woman with a GRC to other women, or by other prisoners to the individual, should be assessed in order to make sure that appropriate accommodation, regime and supervision is provided to manage such risks appropriately|
Single-sex services 27 1 A person does not contravene section 29, so far as relating to sex discrimination, by providing a service only to persons of one sex if— a any of the conditions in sub-paragraphs 2 to 7 is satisfied, and b the limited provision is a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim.