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27 February 2010

Jane Fae (1957 - ) journalist.

John Ozimek was raised in Birmingham, the child of a Polish-born doctor. He studied at Oxford, and was was Britain’s youngest parliamentary candidate at age 21 in 1979 he stood as the unsuccessful Liberal candidate in Newham South in London. He worked in student journalism and for Liberal News. He was a comedy writer for Noel Edmunds.

He married at 33, and he and his wife had a daughter. The marriage lasted two-and-a-half years.

He became a free-lance journalist, and has specialized in law and computer technology, privacy and censorship. He has been a regular contributor to The Register and The Guardian.

He met Andrea through a newspaper advert, and they have a son. At Christmas 2009 John told Andrea of his gender troubles. In January 2010 Jane changed her name legally, and was diagnosed as gender dysphoric by an NHS psychiatrist and and a specialist. In February she and Andrea were profiled in The Daily Mail, and was also subjected to an ignorant attack by Catherine Dagger who claims that it is merely a mid-life crisis.

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