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Jonathan Ganesh pictured with Lord Dr David Owen former Foreign Secretary, Health Minister, Navy Minister and EU Peace Negotiator.

Lord Owen formed the SDP in 1981 after leaving Labour due to his principled stand and has always courageously campaigned for our cherished NHS to ensure its survival. Lord Owen is a renowned author and has written several books including the outstanding “Hubris Syndrome”.

Jonathan said, “I first met Lord Owen when I was about 7 years old. My mother worked as an early morning cleaner at The Grapes Pub which was adjacent to his home in Limehouse, East London. She would take me to work with her before I went to school. I recall Lord Owen and his wife Deborah due to their politeness and kindness towards my mother. They always said good morning and were very courteous. It is sad that today many MPs lack Lord Owen’s courage, integrity and humanity.”

Jonathan Ganesh meeting former British/European heavyweight champion Julius Francis.

Jonathan Ganesh meeting former British/European heavyweight champion Julius Francis.  Jonathan was honoured to see Julius again after 20 years. Julius has raised awareness of prostate cancer and continues to help others through his community work. A truly genuine and kind person 

Jonathan Ganesh has been honoured for Covid volunteering.

Jonathan Ganesh said he was “very touched” to receive the Pandemic Response Medal in recognition of his efforts as an NHS responder.

“I’m accepting the award on behalf of all the DVA Covid-19 pandemic team especially my dear friend Wayne Gruba. “Wayne died after contracting Covid whilst working on the front line. Wayne and all those that died on the front line whilst helping others are truly the best of humanity.”

Read the BBC News article here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-66716772.amp

DOCUMENT: HM Government support for UK victims of IRA attacks that used Gaddafi-supplied Semtex and weapons – https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201719/cmselect/cmniaf/1723/172305.htm

“Mr Nacua assured us of his support for the victims compensation Memorandum of Understanding signed in Benghazi, said we had been treated very unfairly and that his government was more than willing to address the legacies of the past.”

Johnathan Ganesh meets Mahmoud Al Nacua, Lybia’s ambassador to the UK
November 2018
Docklands bombing memorial service: 20th anniversary
February 2016
Unveiling a plaque dedicated to the London Docklands victims at South Quays DLR station
December 2009
IRA Canary Wharf bomb survivors pay tribute at WPC Fletcher 30th memorial
April 2014

https://www.itv.com/news/update/2014-02-27/terror-victims-have-been-far-too-forgotten/
Responding to David Cameron’s announcement of an independent inquiry into the Government’s process of sending secret letters to IRA suspects, the President of the Docklands Victims Association, told ITV News that the victims in Northern Ireland and the UK “have been far too forgotten”. February 2014

Publishing of Herol Graham’s book promoting mental health awareness: ‘Bomber: Behind the laughter’
October 2011
Jonathan Ganesh working with Fr Ray Foundation – an orphanage that has given hope to countless severely disabled children in Thailand
2004 – 2005

Jonathan’s personal account of the attack. (If the audio does not play below, you can listen here: https://mmo.aiircdn.com/151/5e9f5347d383c.mp3?_=1