Sir Trevor Phillips

Sir Trevor Phillips

Sir Trevor Phillips is an award-winning broadcaster, writer and former politician, currently a non-executive director of Mind Gym.

He was awarded an OBE for services to television in 1999, followed by a Knighthood in 2022 for his services to equality and human rights. He was also awarded the French order of the Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur in 2006 for his work on integration and community cohesion.

He has been involved in some of the most talked-about programmes on television, including Has Political Correctness Gone Mad? (2017) and Things We Won’t Say About Race That Are True (2015). He also regularly writes for the UK’s biggest newspapers, including The Times, The Daily Mail, The Sun andThe Sunday Times, and has written about race, diversity, politics, mental illness and grief – Trevor lost his daughter in 2021 aged 36 from anorexia.

He is also a regular panellist for Sky’s The Pledge (2016-), its flagship debate show as well as appearing on political programmes including Question Time (1980-) and Radio 4’s Today programme.

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