London Borough of Newham

The London Borough of Newham is a London borough created in 1965 by the London Government Act 1963. It covers an area administered by the Essex county boroughs of West Ham and East Ham, authorities that were both abolished by the same act; the name Newham combines the compass points of the old borough names. It is 5 miles east of the City of London, north of the River Thames. Newham was one of the six host boroughs for the 2012 Summer Olympics and contains most of the Olympic Park including the London Stadium; the local authority is Newham London Borough Council. The borough's motto, from its coat of arms, is "Progress with the People"; the coat of arms was derived from that of the County Borough of West Ham, while the motto is a translation of the County Borough of East Ham's Latin "Progressio cum Populo". The borough was formed by merging the former area of the Essex county borough of East Ham and the county borough of West Ham as a borough of the newly formed Greater London, on 1 April 1965 – these in turn were successors to the ancient civil and ecclesiastical parishes of East Ham and West Ham.

Green Street and Boundary Road mark the former boundary between the two. North Woolwich became part of the borough along with a small area west of the River Roding, part of the Municipal Borough of Barking. Newham was devised for the borough as an new name; the area of the modern borough was at one time occupied by a territory called'Ham'. The first known written use of the term, as'Hamme', is in an Anglo-Saxon charter of 958, again in the 1086 Domesday Book as Hame, it is formed from Old English'hamm' and means'a dry area of land between rivers or marshland', referring to the location of the settlement within boundaries formed by the rivers Lea and Roding and their marshes. These natural boundaries suggest that Little Ilford, North Woolwich and areas of the parish of Barking west of the Roding are to have been part of Ham; the territory was subdivided into the more familiar West and East Ham sometime in the 12th century, with the earliest recorded distinction being as'Westhamma' in 1186. It could be speculated that the partition arose as a result of population increase resulting from economic prosperity delivered by the construction of Bow Bridge over the Lea and the creation of Stratford Langthorne Abbey.

North Woolwich was removed from Ham at an earlier date, in the aftermath of the Norman Conquest but it is unclear when Little Ilford and western Barking were transferred, it is not known for sure that they were part of Ham. The boundary between West and East Ham was drawn from the now lost Hamfrith Waste and Hamfrith Wood in the north, along Green Street down to the small lost, natural harbour known as Ham Creek; the formation of the modern borough in 1965 saw the merger of West and East Ham, together with North Woolwich and Barking west of the River Roding. This reorganisation re-established the earlier territory of Ham. Unlike most English districts, its council is led by a directly elected mayor of Newham. From 2002 to 2009 one of the councillors had been appointed as the "civic ambassador" and performed the civic and ceremonial role carried out by the mayor; the post has been discontinued. At the borough elections held in 2014, the Labour Party won all 60 of the seats on the Council. Sir Robin Wales was re-elected as the borough's Executive Mayor with 61% of the first preference votes cast.

In 2018, Robin Wales was deselected as the Labour Party mayoral candidate. Rokhsana Fiaz was elected in the position of Executive Mayor for the Labour party. Newham has the youngest overall population and one of the lowest indigenous White British populations in the country according to the 2011 UK Census; the borough has the second-highest percentage of Muslims in the UK, after the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, at 32%. A 2017 report from Trust for London and the New Policy Institute found that 36% of local employees in Newham are in low paid work. Newham has a 37% poverty rate, the second-highest rate in London; when using Simpson's Diversity Index on 10 aggregated ethnic groups, the 2001 UK Census identified Newham as the most ethnically diverse district in England and Wales, with 9 wards in the top 15. However, when using the 16 ethnic categories in the Census so that White Irish and White Other ethnic minorities are included in the analysis, Newham becomes the second-most ethnically diverse borough with six out of the top 15 wards, behind Brent with 7 out of the top 15 wards.

In 2018, Newham had the lowest life expectancy and the highest rate of heart disease of all London boroughs together with the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. In 2019, the BBC reported that Newham had the highest rate of tuberculosis in the UK at 107 per 100000 population, higher than Rwanda and Iraq according to WHO figures from 2013. More than 80% of TB cases in London occur in people born abroad; the UK average was 13. Newham has the lowest percentage of White British residents of all of London's boroughs; the White British proportion of the population fell from 33.8% in 2001 to 16.7% in 2011. The joint-lowest wards with White British population are Green Street East and Green Street West, both having 4.8% – the third-lowest behind Southall

Enric Mas

Enric Mas Nicolau is a Spanish racing cyclist, who rides for UCI WorldTeam Movistar Team. He is a talented climber, has finished in top 10 in prestigious world tour stage races, has won a stage at the Tour of the Basque Country, he is regarded as the next Alberto Contador, by the man himself, however Mas stated he would rather be the first Enric Mas. Having ridden for the Fundacion Contador team, Contador knows the strength of Enric Mas, believing he has a bright future. Mas was born in Artà. On 19 July 2016, UCI World Tour team Quick-Step Floors announced the signing of Mas for 2017 season; the 2017 season became the first season for Mas in the World Tour. His best result came at the Vuelta a Burgos, where he finished 2nd on the final stage and therefore finished 2nd overall, he was named in the startlist for the 2017 Vuelta a España. He won the Combativity Award on stages 20 at the Vuelta a España; the 2018 season was Enric Mas' 2nd on the World Tour, his first top 10 result came at the Tour of the Basque Country.

He won the final stage to Arrate, his first professional victory. He moved up to 6th place in the general classification after the last stage, which meant he got his first top 10 world tour stage race finish, he continued his form, 2 months when he placed 4th overall at the Tour de Suisse, won the Young rider classification. He managed to finish 2nd on stage 5 behind Diego Ulissi. At the Vuelta a España, Mas was outside top 10 before the last two stages of the second week, he finished 7th on the Stage to Las Praeres, moved up to 8th place. On the following Stage to the Lakes of Covadonga, he moved up to 6th place. On the Time trial he once again showed, he moved up another place in the general classification. The race visited a new climb Balcón de Bizkaia on Stage 17. Mas was the strongest of the General classification contenders, moved up to 3rd position overall; however he dropped to 4th place on Stage 19 which visited Andorra. At the start of Stage 20, the gap between him and the 3rd placed rider Steven Kruijswijk was only 17 seconds.

He attacked on the final climb together with Miguel Ángel Simon Yates. Mas rode together to the finish line with Lopez and outsprinted him, to take his first stage victory in a Grand Tour. With his performance on stage 20, Mas moved from 4th to 2nd place overall in the Vuelta, finishing on the podium in just his second Grand Tour. In July 2019, he was named in the startlist for the 2019 Tour de France. Enric Mas at ProCyclingStats

Lynda Day George

Lynda Louise Day George is an American television and film actress whose career spanned three decades from the 1960s to the 1980s. She was a cast member on Mission: Impossible, she was the wife of actor Christopher George. Lynda was born in Texas. Known as Lynda Day, her career began with guest roles on many television series of the 1960s, including Route 66, Here Come the Brides, The Green Hornet, The Fugitive, The Invaders, It Takes a Thief, The Virginian, Good Morning World, Bonanza. George had an appearance playing in Barnaby Jones in the 1975 episode “Double Vengeance”, she had her first major role as Amelia Cole in a short-lived 1970–1971 television series, The Silent Force, starred in the television pilot for Cannon in 1971. That same year, she was cast as Lisa Casey in the critically acclaimed series Mission: Impossible, garnering a Golden Globe nomination in 1972 and an Emmy Award nomination in 1973. During the show's last season, she missed seven episodes because of her maternity leave and was temporarily replaced by Barbara Anderson.

She first met actor Christopher George when they starred together in the 1966 independent film The Gentle Rain. While working together again in the 1970 John Wayne film Chisum, they fell in love and were married on May 15, 1970. Thereafter, she became Lynda Day George and co-starred in multiple television films with her husband over the next 10 years, including The House on Greenapple Road, Mayday at 40,000 Feet!, Cruise Into Terror. They worked together in episodes of The F. B. I. Mission: Impossible, McCloud, Love Boat, Vega$, they guest-starred in television's Wonder Woman in 1976, with Lynda playing villain Fausta Grables, the Nazi Wonder Woman. She continued her television work throughout the 1970s with guest roles on Police Story, Kung Fu, Marcus Welby, M. D. and Barnaby Jones. She played supporting roles in Rich Man, Poor Man and Once an Eagle, her movie career is noted for several horror cult films in which she co-starred with husband Christopher, including Day of the Animals and Mortuary.

She co-starred with John Saxon in the 1980 horror film Beyond Evil. Christopher George died of a heart attack on November 28, 1983, at the age of 52, she worked only sporadically after that, in guest roles on Fantasy Island, Murder She Wrote, Hardcastle and McCormick, Blacke's Magic. She was a regular guest on religious television programs. In one of her final performances, Lynda reprised the role of Lisa Casey on an episode of the revived Mission: Impossible television series in 1989, she retired from acting shortly thereafter. She was first married to Joseph Pantano, with one son, Nicky, she left Pantano to marry George. She was married to George from 15 May 1970 until his death, on 28 November 1983, had one daughter, Casey, they filed suit to have Nicky Pantano declared as Christopher's natural son. In 1990, Lynda George married Doug Cronin, who died of cancer 4 December 2010. On 17 January 2020, during an interview with entertainment correspondent Ed Robertson of TV Confidential, Lynda Day George announced that she was collaborating with a biographer on a memoir centered on her acting career.

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