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After spending five years working in the US, living in LA then New York, the former T4 presenter from Walthamstow has been lured back." I hadn’t realised how much I’d missed London until I was here last Christmas for the first time in two years, and then I had an out-of-body experience in M&S over a trifle,” she says with her distinctive throaty laugh.
Alongside her T4 duties, Sarpong held her own on Have I get News For You and Newsnight, was awarded an MBE for “services to broadcasting and charity work”, hosted Nelson Mandela’s 90th birthday tribute and led a panel tackling Tony Blair on sex education and Iraq - in the same documentary where she got him to admit he had never given wife Cherie flowers and that he had a teenage crush on Grace Kelly.
Now she’s putting her experience – and contacts - to a new use.
Today it was announced that former Prime Ministers Sir John Major, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown would be leading the push to keep Britain in the EU.
The current PM David Cameron promised a referendum on the subject, and the Britain Stronger In Europe campaign has the backing of Richard Branson, Apprentice star Karren Brady and Marks & Spencer’s boss Lord Rose.