November 25, 2020 - 12:06am

Listen to the podcast version of the interview:

Suzanne Moore is one of the most famous columnists at the Guardian newspaper — or at least she was until she finally left last week, accused by colleagues of being a ‘transphobe’.

For the first time, she talks about her experience to Freddie Sayers — what it felt like to be rounded on how she felt couldn’t stay.

It’s a sobering story of an attempt to shut down freedom of speech at one of the world’s biggest newspapers.

Don’t miss her full essay on UnHerd here.