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‘We need to be honest’: the PHE expert shining light on Covid and inequality – The Guardian

Kevin Fenton has been named second most influential black person in UK in 2020’s Powerlist



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Prof Kevin Fenton, Public Health Englands regional director for London, has lived in a lot of places over the past five decades. Born in Glasgow in 1966, he went to school and university in Jamaica, and worked in public health in the US for 10 years. But its the UK, where he gained his PhD, that he calls home.
He was particularly moved and humbled to be named the second most influential black Briton in this years Powerlist, behind the Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton, and followed by the grime…

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