Some more shots to help publicise the BBC documentary ‘Meet The Lords’, this time of the hard working staff in the kitchens preparing for a lunch event. I made sure I fully utilised all the perks of my job on this one..
Some parliamentary portraits in the House of Lords to help publicise the BBC documentary ‘Meet The Lords’
The very suave and friendly Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England. If the economy does go belly up he could easily get work as a George Clooney lookalike..
An evening for the Children In Need charity at the Natural History Museum last night. Treated to dinner with the dinosaurs and a performance by the English National Ballet.
Up in the rafters at the Commons end of Parliament to get a couple of shots of the Memorial of the 50th Anniversary of Winston Churchill’s death a couple of weeks ago. The first shot of the wreath laying is of Sir Nicolas Soames, Churchill’s grandson, and then of the PM saying a few words.
The black and white shots are of the Parliamentary Archivists preparing the Petition of Rights from 1689 and the Bill of Rights 1628 for display alongside the Magna Carta last week. Interestingly it’s felt that there’s more risk of damage when wearing gloves than without.