Joseph David Irvin is the Chief Executive of Living Streets the UK charity that campaigns for pedestrians. He was formerly CEO of the National Association for Voluntary and Community Action. He was previously a British Labour Party politician who was a political advisor to Gordon Brown during his term as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. He has in the past worked as special advisor to Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott, as well as for the Transport and General Workers' Union, BAA and the RSPB. Irvin was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the 2020 New Year Honours for services to active travel and charities.
About Joe Irvine
Singer who made a name for himself competing on the second season of New Zealand's The X Factor. He was also a center of the season's biggest scandal when judges Natalia Kills and Willy Moon gave him scathing and humiliating comments for one of his performances.
For much of his life he was told he couldn't succeed as a singer, but after appearing on X Factor, he would go on to perform throughout New Zealand.
After his appearance on the X Factor, he penned a song about his experience titled "Addiction."
He was born and raised in New Zealand.
On The X Factor, he was coached by English singer Melanie Blatt.
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