Transgender women in sport: Andrew Doyle and his guests discuss recent IOC ruling on testosterone

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Andrew Doyle discusses a recent ruling by the IOC that transgender athletes won’t have to lower testosterone if they compete.

He is joined by Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell and Debbie Hayton, a journalist, activist and physics teacher.

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