The Britain's Most Offended panel discuss whether '#MeToo' has gone too far, and the impact of Prince Harry's engagement on race relations.
Fraser Myers is a writer and film producer. Born and bred in London, he’s of mixed Yemeni and English background. He describes himself an anti-censorship absolutist. He thinks anyone should be able to say anything and banning things is bad news.
Shon Faye is a writer, artist, Trans-activist and comedian based in Bristol. She fights all sorts of structural inequalities every day, mostly on social media.
Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff is an award winning journalist and writer. She is opinion editor at Gal-Dem, an online feminist magazine. She’s spent most of her teens in Scotland, and is now fighting the patriarchy from London.
Jeremiah Emmanuel received a British Empire Medal from the Queen last year for his work on tackling gangs and crime in Brixton, South London. He’s an entrepreneur, activist and public speaker, and is on a gap year before he heads off to university.
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