Ex-Corrie star Charlie Lawson discusses Soap Awards going gender neutral

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‘I have yet to find anyone who agrees with this, most won’t say a word.’

Ex-Corrie star Charlie Lawson speaks to Dan Wootton about the Soap Awards opting to give gender-neutral awards.

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