II. Elizabeth elevated Tony Blair to knighthood

II. Elizabeth elevated Tony Blair to knighthood
II. Elizabeth elevated Tony Blair to knighthood

The Queen also honored scientific leaders in the fight against the coronavirus epidemic.

The list of winners of the British Royal Recognition Prizes is published twice a year, II. Elizabeth will be announced on Queen’s “official” birthday in June and on New Year’s Eve. More than 1,200 names on this year’s New Year’s Eve list, described at Saturday dawn, writes MTI.

The list Chris Whitty led by an English chief medical officer. The government’s chief health adviser has gained tremendous popularity and public confidence during the most difficult times of the coronavirus epidemic with his objective, reassuring, but non-threatening briefings. The professor has been promoted to knighthood by the ruler for his work in the public health service, so from Saturday the Sir may be required to address him, as his deputy Jonathan Van-Tam also a professor.

He also regularly informs about the current epidemic situation and has become very popular, especially for his colorful linguistic twists that dissolve the gloomy atmosphere, often with borrowed analogies borrowed from the world of football. He was among the most quoted wordings when he said at his November press conference that the whistle signaling the end of the match against the coronavirus epidemic had not yet sounded, but the match was already halfway through overtime.

The female equivalent of the knight’s title, entitled to bear the forename Dame, was awarded by the monarch Jenny Harries Professor, Chief Executive of the Government Health Security Office. He received the same recognition June Raine Professor, Chief Executive of the British Medicines Authority. They both received high honors for their work in the public health service and in the fight against the coronavirus epidemic.

From the world of acting Joanna Lumley and Vanessa Redgrave may receive the recognition entitling to the forename Dame II. From Queen Elizabeth. One of the best in elite sports is the new superstar of British tennis, Emma Raducanu he became a member of the order of the British Empire from Saturday. The award was predicted by many after the 19-year-old rider won the last Grand Slam of 2021, the US Open, three months ago, surprising the whole world. She became the first British female player to do so after 44 years.

From the world of politics Tony Blair received the highest royal award. Blair headed the British government between 1997 and 2007, winning three consecutive parliamentary elections as Labor leader, breaking a record in the party’s history. Tony Blair was elevated by the Queen to be a member of the Order of the Garter, one of the most exclusive knightly communities in the world, the British knee brace system that has existed since the 14th century.

The Order of the Garter, the highest order of the British Knights, of which there are only 25 members, is always a member of the ruling monarch, who can appoint new members to the other 24 seats in his own capacity without government recommendation. Members are entitled to bear the forename of Sir or Ladies. The former Labor leader is officially addressed on Saturday by Sir Tony Blair. Blair’s former conservative rival and immediate predecessor, Sir John Major is also a member of the Order of the Garter, for more than a decade now.

 
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