If Ed Miliband doesn't read UK papers, what will he have missed?

If Ed Miliband doesn't read UK papers, what will he have missed?

There are things on this day, Thursday 29 May 2014, that Ed Miliband may not know. He may not know that George Michael has, once again, been rushed to hospital. Or that David Cameron is under pressure from his cabinet to enforce “red lines” in Europe over immigration. These things may pass him by because they are on the front page of the Sun. Asked for an opinion – and local radio reporters keen on advancement are prone to ask politicians for their opinions – he may find he knows…

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16 Mistakes Bloggers Make When Building an Email List

16 Mistakes Bloggers Make When Building an Email List

You finally came through. After reading a bunch of blogging guides telling you to start your own email list, you wondered what the fuss was all about. Neil Patel told you that “the money is in the list”. Derek Halpern told you that “if you’re not building an email list, you are an idiot!” And who wants to be an idiot? Right… So, you finally signed up for an email service. You went ahead and bought all the premium email marketing plugins and services. You wrote a gigantic and massively…

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Ronaldo at 40: Il Fenomeno’s legacy as greatest ever No9, despite dodgy knees | Rob Smyth

Ronaldo at 40: Il Fenomeno’s legacy as greatest ever No9, despite dodgy knees | Rob Smyth

A footballer’s career does not end when he retires. The reputation of a player can change after the event because of anything from evolution to nostalgia. Some players have their achievements diminished by the next generation; others age beautifully. For the Brazilian Ronaldo, who turns 40 on Sunday, this is particularly acute. A number of forwards, from Thierry Henry to Lionel Messi, have achieved greatness – and in some cases surpassed him – by paying homage to his style of play; another has changed how we respond to his name….

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