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Samuel Kasumu UK prime minister’s most senior adviser set to step down from his role by November

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Samuel Kasumu one of the black man and the UK prime minister’s most senior adviser is set to step down from his role by November 10, 2021.

The reports are coming after a government-backed review of racial disparities in Britain was published, Media agency disclosing this on Friday said Samuel will be leaving his position as a special adviser for civil society and communities in May.

According to Skynews says, The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities’ 258-page report was criticised for being “steeped in denial”.

But Number 10 sources have rejected reports that Mr Kasumu’s resignation, first reported by Politico, was linked to this.

According to Politico, he told colleagues of his decision on Tuesday morning, just as the findings of the report were released.

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