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Labour leader Ed Miliband is facing increasing questions over his leadership. He was pictured last night at the Attitude Magazine escort boy AwardsEd Miliband last night warned Labour MPs that their chances of winning the next election will ‘slip away’ unless they stop sniping at his leadership.In a desperate plea for unity, Mr Miliband appealed to MPs to rally behind his faltering leadership – or risk being punished by the voters in May.Mr Miliband has been rocked by criticism of his leadership style and priorities in the wake of Labour’s lacklustre party conference and near-defeat to Ukip in last week’s Heywood and Middleton by-election.Last nights crunch meeting comes amid growing concern over Labour’s poor poll ratings – with the party barely ahead of the Tories in national surveys. Mr Miliband is also struggling to convince voters that he is a future Prime Minister.Addressing a private meeting of the Parliamentary Labour Party at Westminster last night, he insisted victory was ‘do-able’, but warned it would be thrown away if Labour descended into infighting.‘Normally after an election defeat we show disunity and division,’ he said. ‘Instead, we have had four years of unity. I am not going to let us, seven months before an election, start lapsing into the bad habits of the past. Things are going to be more difficult. There will be ups and downs which make the last few weeks look easy. I know that we will pass that test.’Mr Miliband was given a polite hearing by most MPs, although several attacked him over the party’s slump in the polls and failure to address the Ukip challenge.Yesterday veteran Labour MP Austin Mitchell said Mr Miliband needed to get out more and meet ordinary voters – and accused him of being hapless in big speeches. 
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Referring to the Labour leaders conference gaffe, when he forgot to mention the deficit in his set piece speech, Mr Mitchell said: ‘Ed is a marvellous bloke.When he’s out with the people he’s okay, but he needs to get out with the people more.‘He is a bit hapless in these set-piece speeches where he forgets things. If you’ve forgotten something don’t tell the world you’ve forgotten something – shut up.’
Ed Miliband pictured with media entrepreuner Lord Alli, a Labour supporter, at the Attitude Magazine AwardsIt comes after a survey released yesterday revealed that voters now judge Mr Miliband to be almost as bad a leader as far-left pin-up Michael Foot, who led the party to its worst modern defeat in 1983.A total of 22 per cent of voters think Miliband better than Foot, while 21 per cent favour Foot. Mr Miliband is seen as a worse leader that Gordon Brown, Neil Kinnock and Tony Blair.Voters think Labour would be better off if Mr Miliband was replaced – with 54 per cent say Labour would fare better if he goes while just 6 per cent say the party would benefit from him staying.Labour MPs have become increasingly vocal in their criticism of Mr Miliband as the general election approaches.
Former Labour leader Michael Foot led the party to its worst defeat in 1983 against Margaret ThatcherGraham Stringer, MP for Blackley and Broughton, admitted Mr Miliband was not an asset on the doorsteps, and urged him to sack some of his close advisers.Former Home Secretary David Blunkett meanwhile suggested that Labour should underplay the fact that Mr Miliband is their leader during the election. Despite pressure, the party has insisted it will not respond to the threat posed by Ukip by supporting Government targets to cut migration.But officials promised Labour would say more on the issues of integration of immigrants, reducing their exploitation and ensuring they make a larger contribution before they receive benefits. 

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Drinking sugary sports drinks and following a high carbohydrate diet has left many elite athletes with dental health so bad sex video it affects their performance, researchers have found.They say tooth decay affects upto 75% of elite athletes, and a third of medical problems at the London 2012 Games were dental.They also say that athletes were more likely to suffer eating disorders porn as they tried to control their weight. 
Dont drink it! Sugary drinks have become a key part of sports training – but have left many athletes with major dental problems, it has been revealed.Diet is not the only culprit, says the research.It found there is little in the way of education or encouragement to help athletes appreciate the importance of good dental health on their training and performance. WHAT THEY FOUND Researchers looked at published evidence and data from the London 2012 Olympic Games. It found:Tooth decay affected 15-75% of athletes; moderate to severe gum disease up to 15%; enamel erosion 36-85%; and pericoronitis/impacted molars 5-39%. Damage caused by trauma was reported by between 14-57% of athletes in high risk sports.Athletes from rich countries were no less likely to be affected than those from poor countries, the data showed. Dental health of athletes was on a par with that of non-athletes living in deprived communities.Unsurprisingly, up to two thirds of those who had sustained trauma to their teeth said that this had adversely affected them. But up to 40% said that their dental health bothered them or affected their quality of life, while between one in 20 and one in five said that it had affected their performance.  The Consensus Statement, which draws on a comprehensive review of the published evidence and a recent symposium on the lessons of the London 2012 Olympic Games, is intended as a call to action.The UK and North American authors, all experts in dental health and sport and exercise medicine, point out that dental consultations accounted for almost a third of all medical visits at London 2012, and that demand has continued to increase at subsequent major competitive events.Eating disorders are also likely to be a factor, particularly in sports, such as boxing, horse riding, gymnastics, and long distance running, where body weight, composition, and aesthetics are crucial. Experts say the problems must be addressed.Oral health could be an easy win for athletes, as the oral conditions that can affect performance are all easily preventable, said Professor Ian Needleman of the UCL Eastman Dental Institute Professional athletes and their teams spend a lot of time and money on ways to marginally improving performance, as this can make all the difference in elite sports. Simple strategies to prevent oral health problems can offer marginal performance gains that require little to no additional time or money. Things like better tooth brushing techniques and higher fluoride toothpastes could prevent the toothache and associated sleeping and training difficulties that can make the crucial difference between gold and silver. 
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There is a wealth of published evidence to show the impact of poor dental health on wellbeing, say the authors. With clear psychosocial impacts of oral health, it would be surprising if training and performance were not affected in those athletes with poor oral health, they write.And this could be especially important in competition, where marginal gains…or losses can make all the difference, they say.The intense dietary and training pressures on athletes could put them at high risk of oral health problems for many reasons, the team say. 
Researchers looked at published evidence and data from the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Researchers say water is a far better option for athletesSaliva helps to protect teeth from decay and erosion, so dehydration and drying of the mouth could increase the risk of oral health problems. The amount of energy that athletes need for training often means they have high-carbohydrate diets and regularly use sugary, acidic energy drinks. These may contribute to decay and erosion in athletes teeth.We do not want to demonise energy drinks and are not saying that athletes shouldnt be using them, says Professor Needleman. However, people should be aware of the risks to oral health and can take simple measures to mitigate these.For example, water or hypotonic drinks are likely to be more suitable for simple hydration, and spit dont rinse after tooth brushing. For sports where athletes need a lot of energy drinks, high fluoride toothpastes and mouthrinses should be seriously considered.     

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L.M. writes: In 2008 my wife and I intended to invest €50,000 (about £39,000) in property in Brazil through Ready2Invest bayan escort Limited of Brighton. However, the company asked us instead to lend the money short term for a development in Spain. This eskort bayan went pear-shaped, and we were then assured we would be repaid from the proceeds of a project in Argentina. The loan rus escort was to a company called Studio Inmobiliarios Howell, and I have a personal guarantee from ‘Jonty’ Crossick and Raymond Harold escort bayan Warren. We have not seen a penny of our money back.
Risky: Plans to invest in the resort of Camboriu in Brazil came to naughtYou wanted to buy a property in the resort of Camboriu in Brazil, but Ready2Invest persuaded you to lend your money to a Spanish company, earning 20 per cent interest. This was a risk, but you were reassured by the personal guarantee bearing the signatures of John (‘Jonty’) Crossick and Raymond Warren.But things turned bad very quickly. Your short-term loan should have been repaid within months, but you received nothing. In 2011, Ready2Invest put together a Voluntary Arrangement to repay some of its debts, and in 2013 it went into voluntary liquidation owing more than £4 million. 
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Ready2Invests Jonty CrossickStrictly speaking, this should not have affected you. Your loan was to the Spanish company. But Ready2Invest was the bridge between you and Studio Inmobiliarios Howell in Madrid. Another cause for worry was the collapse of Crossick’s separate Bulgaria Property Fund.Ready2Invest was run by Jonty and Alice Crossick, but attempts to contact them at addresses they gave to Companies House were unsuccessful. The Spanish company is headed by Raymond Warren, who lives in Brecon, South Wales.He told me his company bought land in Spain and had obtained outline planning permission. Detailed development plans were drawn up and he believed that Spanish bank Bancaja would finance construction.But he explained: ‘In the middle of the process for obtaining the detailed permission, the bank called me in and told me it had no more funding available for any of its client projects.’The land is still there, but with no money for building.Now for the even worse news. According to Warren, your loan agreement is legally ‘meaningless’. It was not backed by his Spanish company, it is not in Spanish as it should be, and it is not notarised, he says. Warren’s knowledge of the law has to be taken seriously. He used to be a solicitor until he was struck off in 1992 over a major shortfall in clients’ funds held by his firm, and for claiming falsely he was regulated to carry out investment business.He did hold out an olive branch though, saying that if he was sure your money was part of funds passed on to him by Crossick, then he would let you have a genuine contract.Surely though, his personal guarantee already means that Warren should repay you now. Not according to Warren himself, who tells me he has never heard of you and that the signature on the guarantee is not his. The signature is witnessed by an employee of Ready2Invest, but Warren now says: ‘It is not the first time my name and signature was used without my knowledge.’This moves the whole affair on from being a civil dispute about debt, and turns it into an alleged criminal forgery and fraud. You were persuaded to lend a large sum because you held a personal guarantee from two people. One has dropped out of sight, and the other says his signature was faked. Do not spend any more time chasing the debt – this is a case for the police. WERE WATCHING YOU! Share fraudster Dennis Potter has been sentenced to a further six years in prison after failing to obey a court order to hand over £2.49million in compensation to his victims. Potter is already serving a seven-year sentence imposed in 2011 for his part in swindling investors in his firm Worldwide Bio Refineries. I warned in 2006 that shares in the business, based in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, were being sold with false claims. Potter and six others were jailed after the Serious Fraud Office found shareholders had been cheated out of £8million. Potter has repaid only £77,396, and unless he pays the remainder with interest, the fresh sentence will begin when his seven-year sentence has been served.Three years to pay npower billC.J.M. writes: I read with interest your recent reports about npower. I have not had any bill from the company since January 2013, even after four requests and having had my gas and electricity meters read twice.You have told me that you are aged over 70 and are afraid of being faced with a huge bill covering all your fuel consumption since the start of 2013. You even lodged a formal complaint with npower and were told the problem would be resolved within 28 working days. It wasn’t.Soon after you contacted me you received a ten-page bill for £1,957, payable within 14 days. Npower told you it had already knocked off £981 because the bill was so late, though it was hard to confirm this, and it followed up by telling you that it would start collecting just over £400 a month from your bank account.Confusingly, you then received fresh bills for £2,037 and £2,057, and paperwork showing monthly direct debits of £180. My enquiries with npower show that these are replacements and not new, additional demands.The bottom line is that npower says it has written off £1,330, so all told you owe £2,057.And the even better news is that npower is now writing off a further £557, cutting your final bill to exactly £1,500, which it will collect over three years so you do not have to find a lump sum. 

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Brown stains on your favourite t-shirt, streaky marks on your stomach where your waistband has been rubbing? It is the 21st Century child porno woman (and man)s pre-holiday dilemma – what to wear after a spray tan? Salon owner Leanne LeGuen, 31, from Lancashire has escort bayan now come up with a solution – the Bronzie. The specially-constructed onesie is made from a lightweight material that is designed porn to prevent sweating and loose fittings around wrists, ankles and waistband are supposed to prevents any tan lines. Scroll down for escort video  
Salon owner Leanne LeGuen, 31, (right) has invented a  garment specifically designed to help people achieve the perfect spray tan. The Bronzie comes in a range of stylesThe garment has already attracted A-List fans from the most perma-tanned section of the showbiz world – Strictly Come Dancing.All of the contestants and dancers from the show have to be booked in for weekly sprays, to make sure their skin has a healthy glow next to their sequinned dance costumes. Frankie Bridge from The Saturdays, Janette Manrara, Ola Jordan, Sunetra Sarker , Alison Hammond and Jake Wood have all tweeted their love for the Bronzie.  The creator Leanne decided to design the product after several years of queries from clients on what to wear to her salon when booked in for a tan.She said: Eighteen months ago, I had a vision to create a product that was both practical yet stylish. 
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Casualty actress Sunetra Sarker (left) and EastEnders actor Jake Wood have been using their Bronzies to stay streak-free during their spray tans for Strictly Come DancingSince the initial concept idea, I have worked tirelessly exploring various product development options including design, material and manufacturing.   The Bronzie uses a special fabric that glides over freshly spray-tanned skin leading to reduced tan lines. The fabric is also breathable which prevents staining of bedding and clothing, there is nothing else like it available. 
Strictly dancers Janette Manrara (left) and Joanne K. Clifton (centre) and actress Jenny Gibney (right) have also been making good use of their Bronzies It can be worn immediately after self-tan applications yet without hampering the self-tanning process.I believe Bronzie will become the must-have fashion accessory of 2014 and thereon in the tanning industry. 
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I thought it would be a good chance for Roy Hodgson to play James Milner in the deep role in porno the midfield diamond.It didn’t work. Milner has been in good form for City and with his defensive quality and work-rate, he porno deserved a chance.
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Milners touch map throughout the 5-0 winBut he didn’t move the ball quickly enough through the middle.The diamond should free up Raheem Sterling so you need to get the ball to him fast. Milner tended to go sideways when he should have run further with the ball and then tried to find men through the centre. He looked more comfortable playing in a wider role in the second half……………………………………………………………… Playing a team like San Marino poses a unique problem.Despite a good show from their goalkeeper, the win was a foregone conclusion. But that mentality can affect performances. The only way to combat that is to play at pace. At times England didn’t do that enough but it did improve in the second half.  
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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain thrived in central role after coming on as second-half substituteOx made a difference  When Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain came on, he gave the England midfield a new dimension.He wants to play centrally but rarely gets the chance for Arsenal.When he plays wide it’s as if he has to prove himself whereas through the middle things come naturally to him.On Thursday night he brought something extra and again showed Roy what he’s capable of. 
England fans were delighted Danny Welbeck got on the scoresheet against San MarinoSince his move to Arsenal, Danny Welbeck has enjoyed plenty of support and there was a similar reception at Wembley on Thursday night.The fans were willing him on and there was a real warmth when he scored. England will be relying on him in future, so it was good to see that.
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With motorists and cyclists battling for space on London’s congested roads, a company is proposing a £600m ‘floating cycleway’ that bayan escort would take thousands of cyclists of the streets and put them on the Thames.Proposed by the River Cycleway Consortium, the escort Thames Deckway would serve as a nearly eight-mile cycling route from Battersea to Canary Wharf.The first composite image released by eskort the organisation, founded by artist Anna Hill and architect David Nixon, shows the costly path skirting the south bank in escort bayan front of City Hall and slipping past HMS Belfast.Scroll down for video 
Floating cycleway: The Thames Deckway would run along the south bank for nearly eight miles
A fit cyclist could cover the entire length of the route – from Canary Wharf to Battersea – in 30 minutesDesigned for commuter and leisure cyclists and pedestrians, the east-west cycleway could be constructed along London’s busy waterfront within two years if it is approved, according to the consortium.
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Without any vehicular traffic to impede them, fit cyclists could pedal the entire length in about 30 minutes.The mid-point would be the Millennium Bridge. 
Share the road: Thames Deckway users would be charged £1.50 per journey to cover upkeep costs
Halfway there: Millennium Bridge would be the mid-point of the path through central LondonUsers would be charged £1.50 per journey to cover upkeep costs, while the path’s lights and refreshment kiosks would be powered using solar, tide and wind energy.With its unique proposal, River Cycleway Consortium is challenging city planners to think outside the box to reduce congestion and pollution while encouraging more people to cycle.The group is raising money to conduct a feasibility study which will identify how many on- and off-ramps would be required and how it would avoid moorings. It plans to seek private investors if the project proceeds.
This image shows a proposed segregated two-way cycle track included in Londons ‘Crossrail for bikes’ plan
This is what the proposed segregated two-way cycle track would look like on Blackfriars RoadBut the plan faces hurdles because of its nine-figure price tag and planning requirements.In its proposal, River Cycleway Consortium said the path would complement the ‘Crossrail for bikes’ plan unveiled by Mayor Boris Johnson last month.Under that proposal, two new urban cycleways – an 18-mile east-west route from Barking to Acton, and a three-mile north-south route from Elephant & Castle to King’s Cross – would link to other routes at a cost £47m.Scheduled to open in March 2016, both cycleways would be almost entirely separated from vehicles.
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Whenever you find yourself complaining of a cricked neck, aching back or noisy knees, don’t immediately blame your office chair or an over-enthusiastic Zumba class — it could be down to your clothes.Tight trousers and pencil skirts can damage muscles and joints as much as high heels and heavy bags, leaving you in pain. Here, chiropractor Tim Hutchful, from the British Chiropractic Association, highlights the worst wardrobe offenders.
 
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PENCIL SKIRTThe problem with straight sided, slim-fitted skirts is that they clamp your knees together, making it difficult to balance and bend. Squatting to pick something up from a low drawer or shelf becomes difficult, too. ‘The best way to crouch safely is to bend the knees,’ Mr Hutchful says. ‘But, in a pencil skirt your movement is limited. Over time the damage and strain can become cumulative — you might not feel anything straight away, but if you wear tight skirts regularly, you could be setting yourself up for a pulled muscle or even disc problems.’HEAVY NECKLACEThe muscles, tendons and joints of the neck struggle to cope with the strain of balancing the 10 lb to 12 lb weight of the average head (equivalent to five bags of sugar) all day, so adding a heavy necklace can tip the balance.‘Anything that pulls the neck forwards or backwards tips the head away from its point of neutral balance,’ says Mr Hutchful. ‘This can create neck tension, pain and damage, and long-term could encourage a slouched posture with damaging consequences for the back.’SPANXIf it’s not too tight, and contains plenty of Lycra, support underwear can have a surprisingly beneficial effect because it can act like the compression clothing that top athletes wear to improve performance by increasing blood and lymphatic flow.However, wedge yourself into something too constricting and you could be in trouble. Not only will shapewear restrict breathing but, if it is tight enough to limit movement in the middle of your body, it will put abnormal loads on parts of your spine.‘If you restrict movement in one part of the spine, something has to compensate,’ he says. ‘This can trigger pain and ultimately damage in the upper or lower back.’HIGH HEELS Wearing high heels too often can be bad for your feet and bad for your back.As well as triggering hammer toes and bunions, heels can cause the calf muscles to shorten, which can lead to circulation problems, knee damage and back pain.To minimise damage, keep high-heel time short — wear trainers when walking to and from work and stick to a small heel when possible.Also, alternate your shoe wardrobe, wearing different shoes (and heel heights) every day.chiropractic-uk.co.uk   
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