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Car production drops sharply in April

Car manufacturing in Britain has been one of the success stories of the past year, with new records for production and exports being set. But according to figures published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders (SMMT) yesterday,...

Thursday, 11:29 in Auto

Norman Foster sets Cartier in Motion

What a thrill it would be to explore the mind of Norman Foster; to probe the memory of the great British architect and see the changing world from his perspective. The highlight would be experiencing his initial reactions to a project; those first sparks

Thursday, 10:46 in Auto

Bella Hadid: The new supermodel

In march 1967, just a matter of months after celebrity hairdresser Leonard of Mayfair kickstarted her career with a honey-blonde elfin crop, the teenage model born Lesley Hornby, now rechristened Twiggy, stepped off a plane at New York's John F Kennedy A

Thursday, 09:15 in Auto

Manchester attack: Everything we know about suicide bomber Salman Abedi

Police have confirmed that Salman Ramadan Abedi was responsible for Monday night's terror attack at the Manchester Arena, after the 22-year-old British national's name was leaked by US officials. Abedi was born in 1994 in Manchester, the second of four c

Thursday, 00:23 in Showbiz

Continental 24: Bentley's Nurburgring homage

Bentley is gearing up to compete at the gruelling Nurburgring 24h race next weekend. To celebrate its entry into the event, the company has launched a limited-edition Continental 24.  Limited to a run of just 24 examples, the Continental 24 is based on t

Wednesday, 16:25 in Business

Does London really subsidise the UK?

"London and the south of England have been subsidising the rest of the UK" are the opening words of an article in the Financial Times that will no doubt prove contentious in many parts of the country. The claim, which is based on evidence...

Wednesday, 16:25 in Business

The Week Wine Club: Our stunning selection from Liberty Wines, from less than £10 per bottle

Liberty Wines is renowned for its unrivalled range of Italian wines, from the very best Barolos in Piedmont to Nero D’Avola in Sicily. I recently travelled through Puglia and Sicily and was knocked out by the quality and variety of wines available. (It i

Wednesday, 16:18 in Auto

NFL relaxes rules on celebrations - but no twerking allowed

American footballers will once again be allowed to celebrate their big plays next season after the NFL - which had been dubbed the No Fun League - relaxed its rules. Following a sharp rise in so-called "demonstration" penalties last season,...

Wednesday, 14:12 in Sport
Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave at the British Museum

Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave at the British Museum

Beyond the Great Wave is a rare opportunity for visitors to see Katsushika Hokusai's later work, particularly his paintings. Many have never been exhibited before in the UK, and some pieces cannot be on show for long periods of time due to their light se

Wednesday, 13:49 in Auto

The political Super Bowl ads that take on Donald Trump

This weekend's Super Bowl is about so much more than the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots, although the two teams will provide the headline act at the NRG Stadium in Houston. The Super Bowl is also a battleground for advertisers as they unveil ne

Wednesday, 13:28 in Sport
Manchester terror attack: What we know so far

Manchester terror attack: What we know so far

A 23-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a suicide bomb attack at Manchester Arena last night in which 22 people were killed and at least 59 were wounded. The man was arrested in the south of the city. A lone male attacker set off a bomb in

Tuesday, 19:46 in Politics

Patek Philippe and the art of grand complications

Ultra-luxe watch brand Patek Philippe is renowned for creating some of the most sublime timepieces the world has ever known. And the pinnacle of achievement for the watchmaker, founded on excellence almost 180 years ago, is its grand complications. The e

Tuesday, 17:21 in Auto

Love is all around: The work of Dan Llywelyn Hall

At first glance Dan Llywelyn Hall's latest exhibition seems a world away from the work he is most widely known for. Images of Adam and Eve, Roman orgies and Cleopatra's seduction nestling next to stills from much-loved films such as Casablanca and Dirty

Tuesday, 16:26 in Auto

Harumi Klossowska de Rola

After meeting John Galliano in her early twenties, Harumi Klossowska de Rola left London for Paris to join the fashion designer – then a recent graduate of Central Saint Martins – and his fedgling team at their small studio in the rue de la Roquette. Sta

Tuesday, 16:26 in Auto

Mercedes E-Class Coupe: Prices, specs and reviews

Mercedes has announced its new mid-size E-Class coupe, which is expected to rival the likes of the BMW 6 Series and Audi A5.  It will be available in three trim levels - one diesel engine lifted from the saloon and two petrol units. Each will be mated to

Tuesday, 16:26 in Auto

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