I know that I am unusual in liking a lot of the Equality Act 2010. Since its inception it has, in the words of Harman, been having some "unexpected outcomes" in that it is being used to gain equality for men in many areas of life, as well as remove special privileges for women in some others.
However, the third-party harassment section - and some other parts - are clear nonsense and just an added burden to employers who have no way of proving their innocence other than with very expensive lawyers.
On the whole, I hope to see this Act remain. It is making local councils answerable for discrimination on domestic violence, allowing men equal access to sports and social facilities, and teaching women the real meaning of equality in many areas of life. In time, it could be used to challenge charities' disparate spending on cancer and other health benefits for women, female-centric shopping areas and even court punishments. Men are using this Act to gain some semblance of equality.