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Poll: Would you be afraid to speak out about issues at work?

Mike Bartlett’s play Bull, which examines bullying and harassment in the workplace, was first staged at the Crucible Studio Theatre, Sheffield, in 2013. Photo: Tristram Kenton Mike Bartlett’s play Bull, which examines bullying and harassment in the workplace, was first staged at the Crucible Studio Theatre, Sheffield, in 2013. Photo: Tristram Kenton
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Last week, actor Lenny Henry gave evidence to a parliamentary review on media diversity in which he warned that people from minority ethnic backgrounds working in TV are lacking safe spaces in which “to vent their feelings without fearing the noose”, adding: “The feeling was that there was not space to say stuff that we were unhappy with, without getting oppressed or fired.”

This week we’re asking: Would you be afraid to speak out about issues at work?


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