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Britain Govt Awarded to the Divers Who Rescue a Football Team in Thai Cave

The team of British divers who helped save the players of the junior football team stranded in the floods of Thailand's cave has been awarded the UK's traditional New Year honors.


The team of British divers who helped save the players of the junior football team stranded in the floods of Thailand's cave has been awarded the UK's traditional New Year honors. Apart from these, Hollywood director Christopher Nolan was made to serve in the field of movies, while Breggeet MP John Redwood was knighted. In addition to this, 'Downtown Abbey' fame actor Jim Carter and best-selling author Philip Pullman, supermodel Twiggy and comedic group Monty Python member Michael Palin were also honored.








4 divers exceptional bravery while 3 others have been made members of the 'Order of the British umpire' (MBE). Richard Stanton and John Wallenthan, the first diver to reach the children and coaches trapped in the cave during the rescue work, were awarded the country's second-best bravery award, George Medal. Companion divers Christopher Jewell and Jason Mellison have been awarded the MBA by the Queens Gallantry Medal and Joshua Brachley, Connor Row and Vernon Answorth.




It is noteworthy that on June 23 in Thailand, 12 players and coaches of the under-16 team were trapped in flood waters in Tham Luang Cave, which many countries had helped to rescue in the rescue operation. After the long campaign, all players and team coaches were safely ejected out on July 10, while the famous celebrity name of 'Siegish It' and famous supermodel Leslie Lawson (69), also known as Twig, has also been involved in decades of modeling, singing and acting. Damodar Prize was awarded for services in Fashion after Career.

75-year-old Michael Palin has been honored with the Knighthood. He is the first member of the Monty Python Comedy Group to receive this honor. Later, on the tourism, Documentary Producer and Author Palin have been awarded this award for international contribution in tourism, culture, and geography. In the game, Gareth Southgate, manager of England's football team, was awarded the OBE, while Captain Harry Kane received an MBE to reach the team until the semi-final of the Football World Cup in Russia.

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