Sub-sub Theme Not Inheriting CSS

I am trying to extend the Thunder Admin theme by creating a sub-theme in it. This is my first time making a sub-theme in Drupal 8 (other than from bootstrap starter kits).

I would have thought that a basic sub-theme would have inherited the css and js from its parent as is explained here

All I can see that I should need to do is to create a directory i.e. my_theme and create and my_theme.libraries.yml.

The content of this file is as follows:

name: My Theme type: theme core: 8.x base theme: thunder_admin description: 'Extends Thunder Admin'  libraries:   - thunder_admin/global-styling  regions:   header: 'Header'   pre_content: 'Pre-content'   highlighted: Highlighted   content: Content   page_top: 'Page top'   page_bottom: 'Page bottom'   sidebar_first: 'First sidebar' regions_hidden:   - sidebar_first 


global-styling:   css:     component:       css/style.css: {} 

Can any one please explain to me where I am going wrong please? I have flushed every cache I can think of

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