Kiran Moodley is a digital reporter at Channel 4 News and hosts The Fourcast podcast. He was previously a multimedia producer and worked in Washington for the first year of the Trump administration.
Before Channel 4, he worked at PBS NewsHour, GQ, CNBC and The Independent.
He is a West Ham season ticket holder.
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