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Hello you.

A young Cilian Murphy rehearsing for Neil Labute’s The Shape of Things at the Gate Theatre, Dublin in 2002.

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How was it for you?

Peaky Blinders, episode one review: Slick, superficial and absolutely gripping (The Independent.co.uk)

Above from left: Chief Commissioner of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission Emily Logan, TV presenter Brendan Courtney and Social Inclusion Officer with Monaghan County Council Bernie Bradley.

This morning.

The launch by The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission of new research entitled “Caring and Unpaid Work in Ireland” with the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).

The research shows almost half of women in Ireland and 30% of men provide care for others on a daily basis and that Irish people do the third highest amount of unpaid work in Ireland.

The report was launched with the participation of TV Presenter Brendan Courtney, who has spoken of his personal experiences of care related to his father, and by Bernie Bradley who alongside being a full-time Social Inclusion Officer with Monaghan County Council, is a Member of the Commission’s Disability Advisory Committee and parent of a daughter with Down Syndrome.

Meanwhile, have we reached peak Peaky?

Only YOU can decide.

Irish People Do Third-highest Amount Of Unpaid Work (Newstalk)

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