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Nigella Lawson was described in court yesterday as a ‘habitual criminal’ who hid a daily cocaine habit and gave drugs to her teenage daughter.
Marc Turley writes .. I wanted to let you know that we have now published our latest research paper, entitled Sun, Sea and Content Marketing: Producing the Right Content for Travellers.
We surveyed nearly 500 travel industry professionals to see how they are using content to engage and convert their audiences.
Our research indicated that the travel industry is falling far short in this area, despite travellers' appetite for rich and informative content.
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MP Eric Pickles certainly didn’t crumble when he was quizzed about his Government’s department’s £10,000 overspend on...biscuits.
The Brentwood and Ongar MP, who is Communities and Local Government secretary, was forced to defend himself when questioned about his biscuit budget live on radio.
Figures suggested his department’s spending on custard creams, digestives and ginger nuts had rapidly risen from £30,000 to £40,000 in just a year. [more…]