Firstly there were the frequently asked questions: Did I know I if had been nominated?
Types of Honours, the Order of the Garter.
No you only get water or a glass of apple juice thats it!
The website claims that Professor Thornton ceremoniously installed and elected him as the founder and president of The Temple of Truth as well as awarding him a Humanitarian Award.Throughout history Monarchs have rewarded gallantry in battle and loyal service with gifts of land, money or titles.His Honours nomination would have been scrutinised by the health sub-committee, chaired by Professor the Lord Kakkar director of the Thrombosis Research Institute before again being sent to the main Honours Committee and then to the Prime Minister and the Queen.Military Honours and Awards, there are several different awards exclusively for rewarding bravery and outstanding service in the Armed Forces, the highest of which are The Victoria Cross and The George Cross.The newest of these is The Elizabeth Cross, instigated in 2009 to recognise families who have lost loved ones as a result of conflict or terrorism.In 1965, several ex-servicemen returned their MBEs in protest at The Beatles receiving theirs.However, I was most impressed with Princess Annes skills in small talk and genuine kindness, regardless of knowing that the ceremony is 90 minutes long and there are 70 people to get through.As you arrive at the castle, you are greeted my many tourists, where you mingle, this creative candles and gifts can sometimes be a little awkward.The interview panel then makes a recommendation to Sir Bob.A greeting was made by each member of staff and their professionalism and warmth was outstanding; everyone said have a nice day and mentioned a heart felt congratulations.Register, select a Currency: Post your comment Name Email, comment.
Among the seven other committee members who discussed the nomination were former England football manager Graham Taylor and former Paralympic athlete Baroness Grey-Thompson.
Upon entering the hall, in an orderly line, you are ushered along by various people, all making sure you arrive on time, calm and confident in front of the nominated royal host; therefore allowing you to enjoy the moment.
But who decides who gets honours, and how does the whole system work?When it is all finished you go to have photos taken or you go on a short tour whilst you wait for places to be free.Political honours were abolished in 1997 although some people were still honoured for services to Parliament.You hear about the award in the press, just like everyone else.He claims to be a 10th Dan black belt, but colleagues do not know his name.The Monarch's power to decide disappeared in the 18th and 19th Century, as government by a cabinet of ministers headed by a prime minister developed.