Ladies and Gentlemen, it has been a wonderful occasion and I found it deeply moving to hear so many of the young people's stories

I greatly appreciate the fact that so many of you should have come to celebrate the signing of a Collective Statement of Intent to end deforestation and forest degradation in the cocoa supply chain – a hugely encouraging step, if ever there was one, by twelve of the major cocoa and chocolate companies. 

I wanted to find a practical way of helping women and girls, and men, who had been left traumatised through no fault of their own, to have some comfort at such a distressing time. 

Now, in these turbulent times, I believe that it's more important than ever for women of all ages, and from every walk of life, to unite.

I'm thrilled that the company has the really good sense to employ so many ex-service people to such great effect

So, it is thanks to such generosity that the College can maintain its commitment to the highest standards of excellence, of ambition and of achievement.   

One critical part, as I see it, of the transition towards a circular economy, particularly in relation to plastics, is that of innovation and the need to re-think the way we design products. 

Whichever religious path we follow, the destination is the same - to value and respect the other person, accepting their right to live out their peaceful response to the love of God.

We come today not only to honour the legacy of our forebears and to celebrate the historic service of this Great British Army, but also to observe the oath which each of you has made: the same solemn pledge to serve, to lead and to protect.

So thank you Woman's Hour for giving us listeners so much pleasure and long may you continue to do so…