NAOMI Watts is getting ready to star in the prequel to the smash hit series Game of Thrones. But how did she start out? And how much is she worth? Here's what we know... Who is Naomi Watts? What is her background? Naomi, 50, was born September 28, 1968 and is an English actress and film producer. She made her screen debut in the Australian drama film For Love Alone (1986) and then appeared in the Australian television series' Hey Dad..! (1990), Brides of Christ (1991), Home and Away (1991), and the coming-of-age comedy-drama film Flirting (1991) After years as a struggling actress, Naomi came to attention in David Lynch's psychological thriller Mulholland Drive (2001). After this she was cast in King Kong in 2005 and the rest is history. Who will Naomi play in Game of Thrones' prequel? In October 2018 it was revealed that Naomi would head up the cast of the Game of Thrones prequel, The Long Night. She will play "a charismatic socialite hiding a dark … [Read more...] about How old is Naomi Watts, who will she play in Game of Thrones’ prequel and what’s her net worth?
IT’S pretty clear about Jeremy Corbyn now, isn’t it? He and his Momentum cronies who lead the Labour Party are anti-Semitic. They do not like Jews. The evidence for that is so categorical and so widespread across the left of the party that nobody can doubt it now. Certainly I don’t. Nor does our Jewish community, which is genuinely worried by the hideous Corbyn. If you’ve got your doubts then I just don’t know what WOULD convince you. Maybe CCTV of Corbyn torching a synagogue and screaming “Intifada!” Would that do it? Or would you respond by saying, ah, he was actually worried that the people inside the synagogue might be a bit cold. That’s why he threw the firebomb in. Or maybe the excuse Corbyn himself comes up with, every time. It wasn’t me! I wasn’t there! Then, when it’s proved that he was: “Oh, um, yes. But I didn’t really know what I was doing.” As I’ve said before, Corbyn’s … [Read more...] about If MPs don’t like what Jeremy Corbyn has done to Labour, one word — Leave
PUBLISHED: 08:05 24 August 2018 | UPDATED: 08:05 24 August 2018 Lucas Cumiskey Jeremy Corbyn at Barnsbury Community Garden. Archant The “wonderful” Barnsbury Community Garden Project unveiled new green spaces and the “smallest library in London” last Friday. Jeremy Corbyn visited the Barnsbury Community Garden project. Picture: The Labour PartyThe project in Jays Street, on the Barnsbury Estate, is backed by the Newlon Housing Trust and has been running since 2014.But last Friday was an opportunity to showcase the new community spaces, as well as celebrating the efforts of the Islington Bangladesh Association (IBA), who run the garden.Graham Watts, community services manager at the centre, told the Gazette: “It was a really successful and positive event which focused on healthy food gardening and wellbeing.”He thanked the IBA and other volunteers for all their hard work in creating “a nice little oasis within … [Read more...] about Jeremy Corbyn visited the ‘wonderful’ Barnsbury Community Garden Project and loved the vegetables
PUBLISHED: 11:49 12 June 2018 Sam Gelder Marks and Spencer in Holloway Road will close in early 2019. Picture: Google Maps Archant Jeremy Corbyn joined the Islington council leader and business chief for a meeting with Marks and Spencer chiefs over the closure of its Holloway Road store. The decision to close the store, one of 14 across the UK set to shut, has not gone down well in the area, and the Labour leader, who lives nearby, was one of the people to speak out. On Monday he, leader Cllr Richard Watts and Cllr Asima Shaikh met to discuss the store’s future. Cllr Shaikh said while they were all disappointed at the news, their aim was to make sure the Nag’s Head shopping area continued to thrive and they would be working with M&S to ensure another retailer takes on the shop. “Our meeting was helpful and we were able to secure important commitments from them,” she said. “Staff will be found work at alternative branches, and two new M&S … [Read more...] about Jeremy Corbyn and Islington Council chiefs grill Marks and Spencer CEO over Holloway Road store closure
PUBLISHED: 13:58 05 June 2018 | UPDATED: 14:35 05 June 2018 James Morris Cllr Flora Williamson, campaigner Debra Thompson, Cllr Richard Watts and Cllr Anjna Khurana campaigning for step-free access at Crouch Hill station. Picture: Islington Labour Archant Councillors and Jeremy Corbyn are demanding Transport for London (TfL) makes Crouch Hill station accessible for all. With no step-free access, the Overground station is currently a “no go zone” for disabled people or those with mobility issues. Tollington ward councillors and Islington North MP and Labour Party leader Mr Corbyn today wrote to TfL, asking for it to apply for Department for Transport funding to build step-free access. In the 2015/16 financial year, 800,000 journeys were made to and from Crouch Hill, and new Cllr Anjna Khurana said it’s about time TfL acted. Cllr Khurana, who has limited mobility herself, said: “It is clear from our conversations with residents that the lack of step free … [Read more...] about Councillors and Jeremy Corbyn demand step-free access at Crouch Hill station