Dawn French has revealed she and ex-husband Sir Lenny Henry were forced to have police officers live in their home due to “continual racism”.
Henry, who was knighted in 2015, has often spoken about the racism he has suffered in his life, and French, who was married to him for 25 years, has now spoken of the shock of witnessing it first-hand.
Speaking on Times Radio, she said: “I had never experienced anything like that until I met him and I just couldn’t believe the continual racism that happens in his life, the casual, insidious racism which I found really offensive.
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“But then the big giant ‘let’s smear s**t on your door and try to set fire to your house’ kind of racism, and I was
Guerrilla Games is still refining Horizon Zero Dawn’s technical issues more than a month after it launched on PC, fine-tuning and polishing the experience further. Having already fixed a bug that would have kept players stuck in baby Aloy’s body and increasing performance in previous patches, the latest update is focused on graphical improvements and repairing other reported instances of the game crashing.
Patch 1.05 also includes a fix for Aloy’s hair, which may not have been displayed correctly when the game was running above 30 frames per second. Guerrilla Games still has several other issues to examine in the PC version of Horizon Zero Dawn and has urged players to provide feedback on any other bugs that they may encounter, on the official website.
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