EERSTE DAG VAN DE TIENDE VIERDAAGSE VAN MARBELLA EN MIJN VERBINDENDE ELEMENTEN D.D. 7 OKTOBER VANAF 1995

Vandaag gaat in Marbella de tiende Vierdaagse van Marbella van start. Van voorgaande jaren heb ik deze beelden geproduceerd: 1 oktober 2015, 16 oktober 2016, 15 oktober 2017 en 20 oktober 2019.

Vanuit deze achtergrond memoreer ik aansluitend aan mijn bericht Rob Jetten als schaduwmanager, Wouter Koolmees toegevoegd informateur en mijn verbindende elementen d.d. 6 oktober vanaf 1995 mijn verbindende elementen d.d. 7 oktober vanaf 1995 tot en met 2012: 1996 Support 1997 Brief Samenwerkingsvoorstel SpanjeFaxbericht Samenwerkingsvoorstel SpanjeLegale rechten 1998 WatermanagementHaarzuilens 1999 Drijber 2002 In Memoriam Z.K.H. Prins Claus der Nederlanden 2003 Retour Nijmegen-Soestdijk 2005 Alle ogen zijn gericht op… 2007 Claim No. 7 JN 21469 2008 Het woord is thans aan Hans Wijers en Wouter Bos 2009 Mantelpakje 2010 Een dag in het teken van D66  2011 Van hoofdlijnen naar nitty gritty details en 2012 Bezoek aan Nederland.

In dit verband ontving ik gisteren om 20:35 The Queen returns to Windsor: Her Majesty meets Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery in first appearance at Berkshire home following summer break at Balmoral. Her Majesty was resplendent as she met Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery. Monarch chatted with members of Canadian Armed Forces at Windsor Castle. She donned the Canadian Maple Leaf Royal Brooch in tribute to the soldiers. Royal Regiment will serve as Queen’s Guard in honour of their 150th anniversary. By Monica Greep For Mailonline  Published: 19:24 BST, 6 October 2021 | Updated: 19:30 BST, 6 October 2021 The Queen was the picture of elegance today as she stepped out to meet members of the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery in her first appearance at Windsor Castle following her return to Balmoral. Her Majesty was resplendent in blue as she chatted with members of the Canadian Armed Forces, who have been invited to serve as the Queen’s Guard in honour of the regiment’s 150th anniversary. She donned the Canadian Maple Leaf Royal Brooch, which was initially gifted from her King George VI to his wife, Queen Elizabeth, for their state visit of Canada in 1939. The monarch, who last week spoke publicly for the first time about her late husband Prince Philip’s death, appeared in good spirits as she spoke with soldiers at Windsor Castle. It’s her first time being pictured at her Berkshire home, which she arrived at on Saturday following an extended stay at her Scottish estate following Prince Philip’s death.

Het doet mij deugd dat de ChristenUnie zich thans heeft gevoegd bij de onderhandelende partijen voor een nieuw kabinet. In dit verband verwijs ik naar mijn bericht Steun vanuit de ChristenUnie en nieuwe belangstelling vanuit Eerbeek van 22 mei 2012. ChristenUnie is voorts vermeld in Reddingsplan Vitesse, Afspraak met Angela Triviño Núñez en Rosalía Romero Andrés, Reinildis van Ditzhuyzen en Liesbeth Spies, Vaar wel mijn dierbare Keizer Karelstad, Woudschoten, Diana en de Europaleague, Alexander Pechtold Minister-President van het Koninkrijk der Nederlanden en Een nieuwe maand een nieuw begin.

13:35 Ontvangen The Queen is seen for first time since Sheikh phone tap scandal By Dan Sales For Mailonline Published: 12:08 BST, 7 October 2021 | Updated: 12:40 BST, 7 October 2021. The Queen has been seen for the first time today after news broke of her Dubai ruler friend being responsible for illegal UK phone hacking.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum was able to snoop on the parliamentary emails of Tory peer and former royal lawyer Fiona Shackleton. The Queen, who faced pressure to cut ties with him, looked unperturbed by the revelations as she left Windsor Castle by car this morning. Her Majesty seemed relaxed as she raised her arm slightly, flanked by what was thought to be an aide on the back seat of the motor. She was heading to Buckingham Palace to launch the Baton Relay for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. Yesterday it emerged Sheikh Mohammed also hacked the iPhone of Ms Shackleton’s client Princess Haya, his wife who fled to Britain in fear of her life and those of her staff. The extraordinary revelations should prove a ‘wake-up call’, Labour MP Chris Bryant said last night. He added: ‘The Foreign Office needs to do a proper inquiry into our relationship with Dubai and I would have thought the Foreign Secretary will be summoning in the ambassador for a ‘meeting without coffee’.’ A senior judge concluded that Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the horse race-loving friend of the Royal Family and prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, committed a ‘total abuse of trust and indeed an abuse of power’. He previously orchestrated the armed kidnap of his runaway daughter Princess Shamsa from Cambridgeshire in 2000, persuading Tony Blair’s government to hush it up, the High Court heard. He also allegedly abducted her sister Princess Latifa when she too tried to flee Dubai. Sir Andrew McFarlane’s ruling said yesterday: ‘It is more probable than not that the surveillance of the six phones … was carried out by servants or agents of the father … with [his] express or implied authority.’ But one royal source added: ‘I suspect the Queen’s reaction will be determined by how the Government decides to handle this. It’s a tricky one, as the UAE are a key ally of the UK.’  Haya’s high-profile solicitor Baroness Shackleton, a Tory peer who acted for Prince Charles and Sir Paul McCartney in their divorces, was among those targeted in the astonishing cyber hacking mission. She reported to Black Rod, the monarch’s representative in the House of Lords, that her ‘parliamentary email, my own email, my WhatsApp messages, my pictures and my texts are all visible to somebody else’. Scotland Yard and the National Crime Agency have been informed of the hacking. The Met said it had received ‘multiple allegations of crime including unauthorised access and interception of digital devices and offences contrary to the Computer Misuse Act relating to six complainants’. Detectives launched an investigation and ‘significant inquiries were carried out’ for five months – but the inquiry was shut down in February. Last night the sheikh said: ‘I have always denied the allegations made against me and I continue to do so. These matters concern supposed operations of state security. ‘As a head of government involved in private family proceedings, it was not appropriate for me to provide evidence on such sensitive matters either personally or via my advisers in a foreign court. ‘Neither the Emirate of Dubai nor the UAE are party to these proceedings and they did not participate in the hearing.’ The cyber-hacking mission took place during a critical phase in the sheikh and Haya’s custody case at the High Court in the summer of last year. The case continues. 

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