Philippine Star, London Eye

The British Ambassador to the Philippines is a man of many talents! He has a weekly column in the Philippine Star, London Eye featuring stories and opinions on the Philippines and the UK.philstar logo

The Philippine Star is a daily English-language broadsheet newspaper based in Manila in the Philippines. It has the most subscribers of any newspaper in the Philippines and serves as one of the country’s newspapers of record. Owned and published by PhilSTAR Daily, Inc, it was founded on July 28, 1986 by veteran journalists Max Soliven, Betty Go-Belmonte and Art Borjal in the wake of the EDSA People Power Revolution. The Philippine STAR has an established circulation in Hong Kong and in Saudi Arabia.

The Philippine Star is the most read broadsheet in the Philippine capital of Metro Manila, with a Monday-to-Saturday readership of 47.4 percent.

The London Eye provides features on a wide range of topics, all connected with the work of an Ambassador and the strong business relationship between Britain and the Philippines.

Recent articles by Stephen Lillie include the following titles: 

The G8 — why it matters globally

New Year’s resolutions

2012: Remembering the past, focusing on the future

International relations and what I’m here to do

Building smarter cities

More than a slogan

Less violence and more women leaders

Demystifying the UK visa service

The leadership challenge

A thoughtful All Saints Day

The end of the beginning…

A world built on trade


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