Cliff Richard breaks silence on personal struggles with racism 'I was always in ...

CLIFF RICHARD has opened up about his personal struggles dealing with racism, as the singer revealed he was "always in battles" during his childhood.

PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 06:01, Sat, Oct 24, 2020

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Sir Cliff Richard's career has spanned over 60 years with the popular singer selling more than 250 million records worldwide. He has accrued sales of over 21 million singles in the United Kingdom and is the third-top-selling artist in UK Singles Chart history, behind The Beatles and Elvis Presley.


The 80-year-old musician has spoken candidly about his childhood in a new interview with Piers Morgan, where he opened up about the racism he endured in Britain.

Sir Cliff was born Harry Rodger Webb in Lucknow, which was then part of British India in 1948.

Eight years later, his family voyaged to England where the family settled in Essex.

The Summer Holiday hitmaker has now addressed the racism he faced as a young child because of his "darker skin".

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Cliff Richard breaks silence on personal 'battles' with racismCliff Richard breaks silence on childhood 'battles' with racism (Image: GETTY)

Sir Cliff Richard rose to fame in the late 1950s pre-Beatles musical dominanceSir Cliff Richard rose to fame in the late 1950s pre-Beatles musical dominance (Image: GETTY)

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Speaking with Piers Morgan on his Life Stories, Cliff admitted he was often bullied at school.

The Good Morning Britain host quizzed: "You went to school in Carshalton and you got bullied there. Why were you bullied?"

Sir Cliff replied: "I would have been

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