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Chloe is a fictional character from the British soap opera Hollyoaks, played by Susan Loughnane. The character made her first on-screen appearance on 12 August 2013. Loughnane had to audition for the role. Appearing in a small number of episodes, Loughnane returned to film new storylines. Chloe is introduced into the show as the mother of Matthew McQueen; the character has earned a reputation as a "serial surrogate mother" from selling her babies. Chloe sold Matthew to John Paul Craig Dean. While on-screen she agrees to sell another baby to Sienna Blake and Carmel McQueen. Chloe has featured in a same sex kiss with Tilly Evans. Chloe's behaviour has been the focus of critics. Hannah-Louise Dunne from the Irish Daily Mail branded it a "controversial part"; the Evening Herald's Eimear Rabbitte viewed Chloe as a troublemaker. Laura Morgan from Inside Soap said. Daniel Kilkelly from Digital Spy believed she has "history of erratic behaviour". Irish actress Loughnane had to audition for part of Chloe, she had a chance meeting with fellow Irish and Hollyoaks actor Emmett J. Scanlan.
Upon being chosen to play the role Loughnane remembered that she forgot to mention the Hollyoaks audition to Scanlan. Daniel Kilkelly from Digital Spy announced details of the character on 6 August 2013, he revealed. She acted as a surrogate mother so John Paul Craig Dean could begin a family, she pretends to want to visit Matthew reveals that she needs £5000. When John Paul refuses she threatens to take Matthew away claiming. Sutton told Kilkelly that he enjoyed filming with Loughnane and they had fun working on the storyline, he detailed how John Paul had become best friends while living in Ireland. They share a lot of history and he has been there to bail her out of money troubles. Chloe's first scenes were broadcast on 12 August 2013. On 10 August 2013, Loughnane announced that she had returned to filming at Hollyoaks until November 2013, she explained to Eimear Rabbitte from the Evening Herald that "I filmed for the month of June and I had a break and now I'm back for the next few months." Loughnane challenging to play.
Kilkelly reported. When Sienna Blake learns of her intentions she offers Chloe double the price for her unborn baby. Chloe realises that Sienna is covering up a fake pregnancy to deceive Darren Osborne and blackmails her as a means to solve her financial problems. Loughnane David Hennessy from the Irish World that Chloe's treatment of Sienna would make viewers like her, she added that "Chloe discovers that Sienna’s not pregnant. She just starts to manipulate her and blackmail her and while that would be a horrible thing to do if it was to a nice character, because it’s Sienna, it’s great. It’s like evil meets evil and I think that’s kind of nice, Sienna’s met her match a little bit." Chloe offers to sell her baby to Sienna. But Chloe changes her mind for selfish reasons. Passey told Sarah Ellis from Inside Soap that "something went wrong with the family who were going to have Chloe's baby, so she offers it to Sienna instead." The actress added that Chloe's offer is a "godsend" and makes Sienna believe her deceitful plans are justified because she and Darren will now have a child.
In November 2013, Loughnane announced that she would continue to appear onscreen into January 2014. On 3 December 2013, Kilkelly reported that Chloe would become part of a new storyline causing trouble for Tilly Evans and Esther Bloom's relationship. Tilly believes. Chloe begins a protest to free illegal immigrant Vincent Elegba and subsequently be arrested; the stunt leaves Tilly sparks an argument resulting in Chloe kissing Tilly. Dixon has stated that Chloe is a "crazy girl who came out of nowhere". Tilly reminds herself of how she used to be. Dixon concluded that Tilly views "Chloe as a way of getting back to the old Tilly."December saw the culmination of the Chloe's involvement in Sienna's storyline. When Chloe is rushed into hospital after losing consciousness, Sienna begins to panic. Passey told Carena Crawford from All About Soap that Chloe's hospitalisation is "life and death" for Sienna - "she's decided now: this baby is hers, nothing can go wrong." Passey admitted that Sienna does not believe Chloe's plan will work.
She just deludes herself. But Sienna's lies are exposed leaving Chloe without a recipient. Kilkelly reported that Carmel McQueen would be the next character to offering to adopt the baby. Carmel discovers that she may not be able to have children and sees Chloe's predicament as the solution to her problem. However, her boyfriend Jim McGinn is unhappy. Despite his disapproval Carmel plans to purchase Chloe's unborn baby, but she soon tires of opts to spend time with Tilly instead. Carmel is arrested in her attempts to raise the money to pay Chloe. Laura Morgan from All About Soap reported that Chloe will plan to steal Carmel's money and leave Hollyoaks, her final scenes will air on 3 January 2014. Chloe arrives in the village and befriends Theresa McQueen. However, when she meets John Paul McQueen, she is soon revealed to be Matthew's mother and claims to want to visit her son, he agrees, but she reveals that she is £5000 in debt an
Sir Brian Wellingham Windeyer was Professor of Therapeutic Radiology at the Middlesex Hospital Medical School, University of London, from 1942–69, Dean of school from 1954–67 and Vice-Chancellor of the University of London from 1969–72. Windeyer was born in Turramurra near Sydney, Australia, to parents of British, earlier Swiss origin, he was the youngest of seven children of Mabel Fuller Robinson, an orphan emigrant from London to Australia at the age of 18. In 1891 she married a barrister, his grandfather was Sir William Charles Windeyer. He attended Sydney Church of England Grammar School and studied medicine at the University of Sydney obtaining MBBS in 1927. After time at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, he worked at the Fondation Curie in Paris from 1929–30, he obtained a Diploma in Electrology 1933 at Cambridge University. He obtained FRCS at the University of Edinburgh. In 1931 he became radium officer at the Middlesex Hospital and officer in charge of the Meyerstein Institute of Radiotherapy formed in 1936.
This was at a time when x-ray treatment were carried out by different clinical teams. In World War II he was director in the emergency medical service of Mount Vernon Hospital in Northwood, Middlesex. In 1942 he became the first professor of therapeutic radiology at the Middlesex, he helped became President of the Faculty of Radiologists. He was married first on 21 March 1928 to Joyce Ziele Russell, they had a son daughter Joanne. He married second, in January 1948, Elspeth Anne Bowery and had three children, Francis and Elspeth, he was knighted in 1961. The Windeyer building, now the Windeyer Institute of Medical Sciences, of University College London with which the Middlesex Medical School merged, was named after him. List of Vice-Chancellors of the University of London Radiation therapy History of radiation therapy