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BMW unveils 5-Series Touring ahead of Geneva debut

BMW unveils 5-Series Touring ahead of Geneva debut

BMW has taken the wraps off the Touring estate variant of its new 5-Series, revealing a larger boot and electronic tailgate assistance.  The Touring looks almost identical to the regular 5-Series at the front, with only a long swooping roofline to distin

10 February 2017 in Auto
 
Audi RS3 gets power boost in 2017 revamp

Audi RS3 gets power boost in 2017 revamp

Audi has introduced a revamped version of its RS3 Sportback, upping the power output and adding more standard options. The five-door hot hatchback receives minor visual tweaks that echo the regular A3, including a sharper front grille and a more angular

10 February 2017 in Auto
 

The Week Unwrapped podcast 5: Accents, artists and Super-bowl ads

Olly Mann joins The Week's Jamie Timson, Elizabeth Carr-Ellis and Ashley Wassall to delve behind the headlines and debate what matters from the past seven days.  You can subscribe to The Week Unwrapped on iTunes, SoundCloud or wherever you get your podca

10 February 2017 in Business
 
Seat Ateca 2017: All the details about the Spanish SUV

Seat Ateca 2017: All the details about the Spanish SUV

This year has seen a number of new crossovers hit the market and Seat's first-ever SUV is considered to be one of the best.  The Ateca is a small Volkswagen-group crossover that shares its platform with the VW Tiguan while significantly undercutting its

9 February 2017 in Auto
 

Man Utd answer 'small team' jibe with record revenues

Manchester United's pursuit of Antoine Griezmann could turn nasty after Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo dismissed them as a "small" club. The French star last year signed a new deal tying him to the Spanish club until 2021 and...

9 February 2017 in Business
 

The pros and cons of privatising the NHS

The NHS's winter of discontent shows no signs of abating, with new figures revealing that January's A&E waiting times were the worst since current targets were introduced in 2004. More than 60,000 people waited between four and 12 hours in A&E...

9 February 2017 in Politics
 

Netball: Is funding boost for 'uncool' sport 'ludicrous'?

On the face of it British netball has had a good week. In a thrilling performance, England Roses lost by one point to world champions Australia in a match shown live on the BBC. On Monday netball was awarded £16.9m by Sport England for grassroots develop

8 February 2017 in Sport
 

David Beckham: Self-interest does not undermine charity work

David Beckham's image has taken a battering since hacked emails appeared to show that he used his charity work to lobby for a knighthood and was furious when he didn't get one. In one message he appeared to brand the Honours Committee...

8 February 2017 in Sport
 

Everything you need to know about Isas

The Isa deadline is approaching fast and time is running out to make sure you use this year's allowance before 5 April. So, how much can you invest, what can you invest in, and why should you bother? Here's everything you need to know. What is an Isa? An

8 February 2017 in Business
 

Investing for income in your Isa – everything you need to know

The final three months of the tax year are often referred to in personal finance circles as "Isa season". That's because the deadline to use your tax-free allowance is looming. If you have money to invest, the best way to do it may well be...

8 February 2017 in Business
 

The Moorside: What happened in the Shannon Matthews case?

A two-part BBC drama will delve into the search for Shannon Matthews, the nine-year-old who went missing from her home in West Yorkshire in 2008, and the shocking truth about her abduction. The Moorside, which starts on Tuesday 7 February, stars Gemma Wh

8 February 2017 in Auto
 
Best Hot Hatchbacks 2017: New models from Honda, Toyota and more

Best Hot Hatchbacks 2017: New models from Honda, Toyota and more

A hot hatchback is the closest many of us will get to blending supercar levels of performance with the practicality of a family car. The hot hatchback market is an exciting one whose origins can be traced back to the original 1976 Golf GTI, which brought

7 February 2017 in Auto
 

Sweet success as chocolate pill hits UK shelves

Life is set to become a little sweeter with the launch of a new chocolate pill that maintains the elasticity of blood vessels - an important factor in the prevention of heart disease, dementia and stroke. The tablet, called Blood Flow+, is a pure form of

7 February 2017 in Auto
 
Victoria series two: Five big questions

Victoria series two: Five big questions

Victoria, the period drama that stole the hearts of the nation last year, will be returning for a second series this autumn. An average 7.7 million viewers tuned in to watch the programme, which follows the life of the 19th-century monarch Queen Victoria

6 February 2017 in Auto
 

Volkswagen Golf GTI 2017: What do the critics think?

Volkswagen's updated version of its seventh generation Golf GTI has been given the thumbs-up from critics. The revamped hot hatch features a handful of subtle styling changes to the headlights and front bumper, while VW has also tweaked the tail light cl

6 February 2017 in Auto
 
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