Louise Minchin steps in as BBC Breakfast guest fights back tears ‘Don’t want to cry on TV’

Louise Minchin steps in as BBC Breakfast guest fights back tears ‘Don’t want to cry on TV’

He continued: “Like I say, the overwhelming response has been positive, there are things that are pretty vile but that’s why these types of things are important.

“I’m 33 years old – I like the fact you said I was 32, I lost an age – but I hope that these kids watching now, when they get to 33 and they have children, they’re not having to deal with the same nonsense.

“But for me, I feel duty bound to talk about this sort of stuff because I experienced racism from when I was in primary school.

“It was horrific at times and it was nowhere near as bad as the racism my dad received and my mum and dad received because they were a mixed race couple in the 70s and 80s and my grandparents received moving here from South Africa.

Published at Tue, 20 Oct 2020 07:42:00 +0000