Ant Middleton, 40, is currently appearing in his final series of SAS: Who Dares Wins following his exit confirmation earlier this year. Now the presenter has opened up in a new interview about leaving the UK for Australia as he hit out at “cancel” culture.
Ant recently hit out at the UK for being too politically correct as he revealed his plans to move to Australia.
The former SAS: Who Dares Wins star explained: “I feel like I fit in here and that’s very strange being the person that I am.
“I don’t know whether the UK is just a bit pretentious for me, a bit too PC for me.”
“Where I can’t be myself, I have to suppress a part of me to fit in which I don’t like doing, which I won’t do as you’ve seen.”Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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Ant Middleton hits out at ‘cancel’ culture as SAS star declares 'the UK is too PC for me' (Image: CHANNEL 4/TWITTER/ANTMIDDLETON)
Ant recently hit out at the UK for being too politically correct (Image: GETTY)
Ant then added about Australia: “Here, I think you’ve got that balance right where you can be yourself and be honest.
“Don’t go out to offend people, make sure your actions aren’t malicious.
“I don’t go out to offend, I just go out to tell the truth.”
The best-selling author was a guest on the James Smith Media podcast earlier this week.
He explained he was planning to