Trevor Phillips OBE is a writer, broadcaster and businessman. He is the Chairman of the Green Park Group, a leading executive recruitment consultancy, and co-founder of the data analytics firm Webber Phillips created with Professor Richard Webber in 2014. He was, until June 2018, the President of the John Lewis Partnership, Europe’s largest employee-owned company. He is an award-winning TV producer and presenter, with three RTS journalism awards to his name. He writes regularly for some of the UK’s biggest selling newspapers, including the Daily Mail, The Sun and the Sunday Times, on a variety of subjects. Trevor is also Chairman of Index on Censorship, the international campaign group for freedom of expression, and was founding chair of both the Greater London Authority, and of the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
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by Trevor Phillips | May 15, 2019Related Content The Problem of Definition The question of ‘Islamophobia’ has risen to the top of the political agenda. Calls for an inquiry into the alleged pervasiveness of ‘Islamophobic’ sentiment within the Conservative Party have been paralleled by demands for the...
by Trevor Phillips | Dec 20, 2018Related Content Policy Exchange Research Note on Defining Islamophobia A new definition of Islamophobia proposed by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on British Muslims would “make life harder” for Muslims in the UK and reduce them to “the status of perpetual...
by Trevor Phillips | Nov 15, 2018Related Content Recent years have seen a sustained and significant coarsening of the tone in British politics. Why is this happening? What are the consequences? And what should be done about it? All political parties and institutions must do more to identify and call...
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