List of Guyanese Britons
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This is a list of notable Guyanese British people.
- John Agard, playwright, poet and children's writer
- Valerie Amos, Baroness Amos, Director of SOAS, University of London, UN representative, and Labour Peer in the House of Lords. Born British Guiana, 1954.
- Tina Barrett, singer from S Club, Guyanese mother
- Meiling Jin (born 1956), Guyanese-born writer
- Hew Locke, contemporary sculptor, son of Guyanese sculptor Donald Locke
- Phil Lynott, frontman of the rock band Thin Lizzy, with an Afro-Guyanese father
- Gina Miller, Guyanese-born business owner known for initiating the 2016 R (Miller and Dos Santos) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union court case against the British government over its authority to implement Brexit without approval from Parliament
- Grace Nichols (born 1950), poet
- Jan Lowe Shinebourne (born 1947), Guyanese-born novelist
- Laurie Taitt (1934–2006), Olympic sprint hurdler
- Shaheera Asante, broadcaster, environmental activist Cambridge, United Kingdom, Guyanese mother
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- "Brexit court case: Who is Gina Miller?". BBC News. 3 November 2016.
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- Anne-Marie Lee-Loy, "Janice Lowe Shinebourne’s The Godmother and Other Stories (Leeds: Peepal Tree Press, 2004)", Kaieteur News, 16 November 2008.
- "Profile of Laurie Taitt". Sports Reference. Retrieved 8 July 2014.