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UK general election LIVE: Rishi Sunak pledges to rewrite sex and gender laws as Keir Starmer comes to the defense by vowing to keep nuclear weapons – everything you need to know from the election campaign

UK general election LIVE: Rishi Sunak pledges to rewrite sex and gender laws as Keir Starmer comes to the defense by vowing to keep nuclear weapons – everything you need to know from the election campaign

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Rishi Sunak today pledges to rewrite equality laws to define sex as biological if the Conservatives win next month’s general election.

Meanwhile, Sir Keir Starmer will present Labor as the ‘party of national security’ when he visits veterans in the North West later as he focuses on defence.

Elsewhere, the Liberal Democrats, SNP, Reform UK, Greens and Plaid Cymru will be on the campaign trail as the campaign enters its second full week.

Follow MailOnline’s live coverage below and join the conversation in our comments section

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For those of you who avoided all things election related yesterday (lucky you), let’s get you up to speed.

We’ll bring you all the stories from our journalists throughout the day.

Let’s start by bringing you our most important political news of the morning, which is on the front page of today’s Daily Mail.

The Mail’s chief political correspondent David Churchill reports that Rishi Sunak has pledged to rewrite equality laws to define sex as biological if he wins the election.

This historic change would help protect girls’ and women’s spaces for biological women by preventing sex from being confused with gender identity, the Prime Minister said.

Good morning

Hello and welcome to MailOnline’s live coverage of the general election as the campaign fully enters its second week.

As politicians hunt for votes across the country, we’ll bring you all the news you need, plus the most eye-catching photos and videos from the campaign trail.

If you want to get involved, join the conversation in our comments section

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