When most people think about innovation, they think of companies like Amazon, Facebook, Apple, and Google because those companies appear to have some kind of magic that other organizations lack.
'We will build on the significant progress we have made over the past 50 years, tackling some of the historic prejudices that still persist in our laws and giving LGBT people a real say on the issues affecting them.' Suzanna Hopwood, a member of the Stonewall Trans Advisory Group, said: 'I am really pleased that the Government is making good on its commitment to review the Gender Recognition Act.
Reform is one of the key priorities in our vision for removing the huge inequalities that trans people face in the UK. It's vital that this reform removes the requirements for medical evidence and an intrusive interview panel, and finally allows all trans people to have their gender legally recognised through a simple administrative process.
The current need to be assessed and diagnosed by clinicians is seen as an intrusive requirement by the trans community.
Ms Greening said: 'This government is committed to building an inclusive society that works for everyone, no matter what their gender or sexuality and today we're taking the next step forward.
Waves suitable for surfing are primarily found in the ocean, but can also be found in lakes or in rivers in the form of a standing wave or tidal bore.
However, surfers can also utilize artificial waves such as those from boat wakes and the waves created in artificial wave pools.
This will be reduced again in 2018 due to medical advances under plans for the NHS in England.
Ethan Spibey, Founder, Freedom To Donate said: 'Today's announcement from the Government marks a world-leading blood donation policy for gay and bisexual men and the other groups previously restricted.
He said legislation could be passed with Labour's backing, despite the prime minster's deal with the socially conservative DUP.
However critics warned it could lead to legal cases over access to women-only hospital wards, prisons and rape crisis centres.
It comes after Prime Minister Theresa May earlier this week suggested she was preparing to reform the Gender Recognition Act, saying that 'when it comes to rights and protections for trans people, there is still a long way to go'.