"So whether it's dropping something in his schedule to make time for one of the kids he thinks may be going through a hard time at school or just taking time out to bake cookies with the little ones, he always goes above and beyond to ensure his kids always know they come first." … [Read more...] about How Peter Andre proved he’s the perfect dad with strict rules & once-in-a-lifetime holidays
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'My muscles were unengaged. That's the thing with being paralysed, your muscles and organs drop. But I was determined and my dear friend came to capture some images. The nurses were amazing in helping me do this shoot. I felt pretty and in great spirits. Life is about that, having great spirits amidst the adversity.' … [Read more...] about Model who thought she was having a bad dream when she woke up from a nap PARALYSED reveals she’s still unable to walk two years later due to a mystery autoimmune condition
The Conservative campaign in Harrow East, a marginal constituency in which 25% of the voters are of Indian origin, provided the clearest example of this. The constituency’s Conservative MP, Bob Blackman, whose Twitter background photo shows him smiling next to Prime Minister Modi, saw fit to retweet a post by the far-right commentator Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (alias Tommy Robinson) that highlighted Muslim violence against Hindus. He stated that he had done this in error, but along with others in the Conservative party, he has encouraged the portrayal of Labour as “anti-Hindu” and pro-Muslim, citing Labour’s perceived support for the Kashmiri struggle for self-determination as evidence. In the 2019 election, his majority increased by more than 6,000 votes, and he was sworn into parliament on the Bhagavad Gita. … [Read more...] about How did British Indians become so prominent in the Conservative party?
Born in 1973, James Yancey grew up in the Conant Gardens neighbourhood of Detroit and began making beats at home when he was just 11 years old. His mother was a singer and his father, Beverly, played piano and bass; together they had an a capella jazz group, and there would always be singing at home. By the time he was in his early 20s Dilla's music – full of rich, utterly unique drum sounds, warm, muzzy instrumentation and endlessly inventive melodies – was so popular he was getting called at home by A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul and Busta Rhymes. In 1996, Tribe were Grammy-nominated for their Dilla-produced album Beats, Rhymes and Life – but he had to be strongly persuaded to even attend the ceremony. "He didn't really want to fuck with none of that," Tribe rapper Q-Tip told Vibe magazine a few years later. "And I don't blame him." … [Read more...] about J Dilla: the Mozart of hip-hop