Description : The invention on the Great Fire of London Trail Game came to me as a new novel idea can be added to the future innovation of connecting London's past heritage and history. The introduction of a coming trail game occurred after visiting the exhibitions, special events plus walks and tours that includes completing the trail walk from Thames Path to the Museum of London in 2016.The future aim was to promote the local, national and international concept on London's past heritage and history. There is a huge gap in the market of such a new trail game. This is a very important milestone of adding the trail game to remember the Great Fire of London that took place just 350 years ago. It has prompts me to bring the innovation game idea on the Great Fire of London Trail Game by exploring the past life of 17th Century and to think about the issues and future legacy to 21st Century audience. The invention on the Great Fire of London also be a world changing reality. This is a milestone to remember the 350th Anniversary by creating good opportunities and the future legacy for the new trail game. Previously the 300th Anniversary on the Great Fire of London that took place in 1966 there was no mention of creating good opportunities and the future legacy of a game trail by connecting London's past heritage and history. It was 50 years later in 2016 I have come up with the future innovation of creating good opportunities on the invention of the Great Fire of London Trail Game.
Description : As I have written this story on "Them and Us" just 16 years ago back in the year of 2002 it indicate that what is now defined as Britain's race relation problems. The situation and events usually referred to as the race relations problem are the outcome of apartheid discrimination and racism which has got a long history, not only within Britain but also within the British Empire. In order to trace that history on colonialism and imperialism, I explain in the story of 'Them and Us' both the colonies were necessary and migrants came to Britain as a form of cheap labour in the 1950s and 1960s. For example the British Nationality Act of 1948 granted in law the right to enter, work and settle in Britain to all colonial and Commonwealth citizens that started almost 70 years ago. Migration from the New Commonwealth to Britain in the early 1950s in direct response to shortage of labour in certain sectors of the British economy and the Indian sub-continent who arrive by selling their labour power for a wage in British factories, hospitals and transport industries were no more or less than migrant labour. Because they belong to a non-white race and were subjected to colonial exploitation. The structure of 'Them and Us' story further follows directly from this alternative to the common sense notion of a race relation problem in Britain. The British Nationality Act (1948) had implicitly confirmed that the Commonwealth was a potential source of labour by granting all Commonwealth citizens as British citizens, with the right of entry and settlement in Britain that started almost 70 years ago.
Description : The Innovative on Virtual Reality Windrush's Journey came to Errol Baptiste as a new future novel idea to be added as a mobile app trail on the 70th Anniversary of the arrival of Empire Windrush passengers at Tilbury Docks, Essex on June 22, 1948. It was the start of a journey and the transformation that led Britain to become the diverse and vibrant nation that it is from 70 years ago. The introduction of a new interactive mobile app trail also give a fitting opportunity by celebrating the contribution by Windrush Generation following their arrival from the Caribbean by helping to rebuild Britain after devastation of the Second World War. There is a huge gap in the market of such a new virtual reality trail game on the Windrush's Journey as another important milestone that took place 70 years ago. It is a unique opportunity of adding the Innovative Virtual Reality Windrush's Journey to life by exploring the past life of the passengers travel routes from the Caribbean to Britain of mid-20th Century with an excellent opportunity by supporting the Windrush Generation and their descendants with a future legacy.