Harry and Meghan exclusive interview: We must end structural racism in Britain
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have given an exclusive interview to the Evening Standard, where they mark the start of Black History Month with a call for Britain to grasp an opportunity for change. Speaking to us from their new home in California, Harry and Meghan warn that young people of colour will be held back "as long as structural racism exists". They also discuss the Black Lives Matter movement both in the UK and the US, including Harry's thoughts on the controversy over dance group Diversity performing a tribute on ITV's Britain's Got Talent. The couple have teamed up with the Evening Standard to launch the BHM Next Gen Trailblazers list of 20 people who are recognised for challenging prejudice and their positive contribution to British society. You can watch the full video of the interview on our YouTube channel.
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