Communication skills are central to Klopp’s method and, like Shankly, he is not afraid to use them to discuss politics, speaking out against Brexit and on humanitarian issues.
The Flywheel website details its “Fly-osophy”, warning customers to “get ready to build your limitless body – in and out of the studio”.
In his new book, the LSE professor argues that universal basic income can end the era of “pointless work” and promote freedom.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
Fleetwood was once the third biggest fishing port in Britain but its industry has all but disappeared – and the museum keeping its memory alive is open only thanks to volunteers.
When banal life advice comes from your mum, it’s nagging. When it comes from a renegade professor with a Patreon, it’s worth $80,000 a month.
History shows that Israel’s military occupations cannot be sustained indefinitely.
A sharply worded statement – using the words “door”, “hit you” and “way out” – would have helped heal the breach between Labour and the Jewish community.
This is the 68th public inquiry set up by ministers since 1990 – the average time from inquiry announcement to final report is two and a half years.
Liberals have consistently misread the present – and their complacency is pushing us into a new authoritarian era.
For Jews, the city was once the heart of darkness. Now, it is full of young Israelis and Arabs. Could this be a recipe for peace, not war?
“Virginia Woolf: An Exhibition Inspired by Her Writings” showcases – messily, provocatively, sometimes brilliantly – more than 250 works, dating from over 150 years to now, by more than 80 artists.
Martel’s adaptation of the Argentine novel is David Lynch meets Samuel Beckett.
The BBC One drama is purest catnip to me. I want to roll around in it, like some randy stable boy in hay.
Daniel Trilling’s powerful new book shows the reality of life for people trying to enter a Europe that largely doesn’t want them
The Canadian queen of Celtic music is honorary colonel of the Royal Canadian Airforce.
Arkady explores an England wrecked not by obvious dystopian tropes, but by rent hikes, gentrification and the “decanting” of tower block residents.
At 81, and fighting a battle with stage four brain cancer, McCain says his own party is on the “wrong side” of history.
Jackson wanted his career to be “the greatest show on earth”, but he paid for it with his childhood.
A new poem by PB Hughes.
The show is strikingly and joyously like something from an earlier time, when less offence was taken and given.
How else would I have met a Wolverhampton woman with a dry and ready wit and tattoos all over?
For the first time in 22 years, Haircut of the Season is not being awarded. Too many with the same razor slashes.
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