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.
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Fleetwood was once the third biggest fishing port in Britain but the industry has all but disappeared – and the museum keeping its memory alive is open only because of volunteers.
More than 1,100 cases of measels have been reported in England this year, as the anti-vax movement causes an alarming surge across the globe.
In their first interview, the new group’s founders Neil O'Brien and Will Tanner insist that “the intellectual life is on the centre right”.
New-old prime minister Mahathir Mohamad came out of retirement expressly to stop Najib Razak, his former protégé, from wrecking the country.
Police are using sites such as GEDMatch.com to revive historic crime investigations.
At the Marx 200 conference, the shadow chancellor declared that “Marxism is about the freedom of spirit, the development of life chances, the enhancement of democracy”.
Bercow’s temperament has long been the subject of intrigue among those working in parliament, but in March it became headline news.