Irene's contribution to the Flashdance soundtrack earned her two Grammys and an Oscar.
London Fire Brigade has been found “institutionally misogynist and racist” in a damning independent report.Accounts ranging from women being groped to people having their helmets filled with urine feature in the wide-ranging review, which examined the culture at England’s biggest fire and rescue service.Led by Nazir Afzal, a former chief crown prosecutor for the North West, the review exposed racism, misogyny, bullying and prejudice - and warned the organisation “needs to do more to protect its own people”.
Police stepped up their presence on the streets of Honduras Friday after President Xiomara Castro declared a state of emergency to quash a rise in gang activity in the Central American nation.
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European interior ministers welcomed Friday an EU plan to better coordinate the handling of migrant arrivals, after a furious row over a refugee rescue boat erupted between Italy and France.
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On Saturday 26th November, the Hummingbird Bakery opened it’s doors to the community of St John’s Wood and I was lucky enough to be amongst the crowd enthralled at the American cakes, cupcakes, pies, cookies, brownies and more that they had to offer.
A drag artist originally from Douglasville, Georgia, shared footage of the moment when he turned his father into a drag queen, to help him “understand me better”.In the emotional video, published by Blake Mitchell, father and son can be seen bonding over a makeup session in which the elder Mitchell becomes “a southern belle”. Additional footage shows Mitchell doing a piece to camera as his stage character, Mary Lou Pearl, and an interview with his father, Bobby.Mitchell told Storyful that he and his father “have had a tough relationship in the past around my queer identity.” He continued, “He struggled a lot to understand when I started doing drag and was very critical of me. It led to many disagreements and tough conversations between us.”In the video, Micthell’s father said that the idea was on his “bucket list”. As for his son, he said that when his father asked him to put him in drag for the video, “it was a huge turning point in our relationship”.“It meant so much to me that he took this uncomfortable step to try and understand me better,” Mitchell said, adding that he and his father have grown much closer since.“And now I have a new drag sister,” Mitchell added. Credit: Blake Mitchell via Storyful
Thousands of people have taken part in a protest in Dublin to highlight the country’s housing crisis, with demonstrators calling for immediate action from the Government to address the shortage of housing. Int: Liam CunninghamPA
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Another Conservative MP has said he will not be standing at the next general election. Chris Skidmore, the MP for Kingswood, said in a statement "there has been no greater honour in my life" than to represent the constituency, in southwest England. "With no alternative seat, I have decided that I do not wish to fight at another constituency elsewhere in the region or country, especially with a very young family who deserve to see more of their father in their lives".