David Cameron wins British election of 2015

British Prime Minister David Cameron.

British Prime Minister David Cameron.

Prime Minister David Cameron hooks one off Muttiah Muralitharan at the Colombo Cricket Grounds.

Prime Minister David Cameron hooks one off Muttiah Muralitharan at the Colombo Cricket Grounds.

CHOGM 2013 - Prime Minister David Cameron of Great Britain with the world's best spin bowler, national hero of Sri Lanka, Muttiah Muralitharan. (Phot by the Presidential Unit)

CHOGM 2013 – Prime Minister David Cameron of Great Britain with the world’s best spin bowler, national hero of Sri Lanka, Muttiah Muralitharan. (Phot by the Presidential Unit)

The current Prime Minister David Cameron won the General Election of 2015 and is back at 10 Downing Street. David Cameron visited Sri Lanka in 2013.

VE Day – Britain remembers the ending of World War II – 70 years ago

Winston Churchill and the Royal Family on the balcony at Buckingham Palace on VE Day.

Winston Churchill and the Royal Family on the balcony at Buckingham Palace on VE Day.

The Daily Mirror front page on VE Day.

The Daily Mirror front page on VE Day.

Britain remembers the ending of World War II, a very significant anniversary on 8th May 2015 – Her Majesty the Queen recollects VE Day – here is a BBC recording with Queen Elizabeth, recorded in 1985:

Winston Churchill and Her Majesty the Queen on VE Day:

VE Day in HD Colour:

British Pathe news report on VE Day:

David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg unite on VE Day 2015:

Syreeta Wright – Harmour Love – 1975

Syreeta Wright

Syreeta Wright

‘Harmour Love’ was sung by the late Syreeta Wright – featuring the great Stevie Wonder was released in the United Kingdom in 1975 when Vernon Corea and his family arrived in London.

Sadly Syreeta died of breast and bone cancer in 2004. This was a huge hit in the UK.She was married to Stevie Wonder.

The Nimal Mendis tribute to Vernon Corea at St. Paul’s Church Milagiriya in 2012

Nimal Mendis with the Kandyans in the 1950s. Broadcaster Vernon Corea helped to make Nimal a houseld name in Sri Lanka by playing all his records on his radio programmes on Radio Ceylon in the 1950s and 1960s.

Nimal Mendis with the Kandyans in the 1950s. Broadcaster Vernon Corea helped to make Nimal a houseld name in Sri Lanka by playing all his records on his radio programmes on Radio Ceylon in the 1950s and 1960s.

The legendary Sri Lankan musician Nimal Mendis paid a tribute to his friend Vernon Corea at the 10th Death Anniversary of Vernon’s held at St. Paul’s Church in Milagririya in September 2012. In the 1950s Vernon played all of Nimal’s records on his radio programmes over the airwaves of Radio Ceylon in South Asia. It helped to catapult Nimal Mendis into a household name in Sri Lanka, his songs were heard right across South Asia.

Nimal Mendis passed away in Colombo Sri Lanka in April 2015.

Nimal Mendis visited Vernon Corea and his family when they were living at 5 Maha Nuge Gardens in Colombo in the 1960s and 1970s.

Nimal Mendis visited Vernon Corea and his family when they were living at 5 Maha Nuge Gardens in Colombo in the 1960s and 1970s.

Top Sri Lankan singer-songwriter Nimal Mendis and the veteran broadcaster K.S.Sivakumaran with the photograph of legendary Radio Ceylon/Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation broadcaster Vernon Corea.

Top Sri Lankan singer-songwriter Nimal Mendis and the veteran broadcaster K.S.Sivakumaran with the photograph of legendary Radio Ceylon/Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation broadcaster Vernon Corea.

Vernon Corea with Nimal Mendis and family in the 1980s in Wimbledon Village.

Vernon Corea with Nimal Mendis and family in the 1980s in Wimbledon Village.

Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe on Nimal Mendis

Sri Lanka's Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe  pays tribute to the legendary Nimal Mendis who passed away in Colombo last week.

Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe pays tribute to the legendary Nimal Mendis who passed away in Colombo last week.

Nimal and Ranjini Mendis with Paul Marie Mendis.

Nimal and Ranjini Mendis with Paul Marie Mendis.

Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has paid tribute to the late Nimal Mendis who passed away in Colombo recently.

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