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Local government legislation is seeking to curtail many of the rights enjoyed by motorcyclists

British-born car executive Karl Slym may have committed suicide, say Thai police

The body of Karl Slym, 51, was discovered at the foot of the Shangri-La hotel in Bangkok

UK car production hit six-year high in 2013, says industry body

UK car production hit a six-year high in 2013 as the number of vehicles rolling off the line topped 1.5 million.

General Motors to halt production in Australia

GM subsidiary Holden is set to stop production in Australia by the end of 2017

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in the video for 'Bound 2'

Kanye West debuts Nick Knight-directed Bound 2 video featuring Kim Kardashian

The artist debuted his new video on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Carlos Ghosn, CEO of Nissan, at the launch of Nissan's new Qashqai model, who has warned the car maker would

CEO warns Nissan may quit UK if country leaves EU

Speaking at the launch of Nissan's new Qashqai model, Carlos Ghosn said the possible EU referendum is "going to be a major factor"

Jim Armitage: Land Rover's sales drive with pimp-your-ride

Outlook Super-luxury is still the key to success in our recession-prone country. Visit any of its posher towns and you see the evidence. Swank boutiques, antique emporia, sailing/hunting/horsey shops. The very wealthy are still here, and still spending. But the clearest sign of the moneyed environ is the presence of the Land Rover.

Grandfather used pen knife to free himself from nine-tonne tractor

A man used a pocket knife to dig himself free after a tractor pinned him to the ground for over six hours.

Haynes confident print manuals will survive

The publishing group behind the ubiquitous Haynes car manual has given a confident forecast about the print market even as revenues fall and fast-growing digital fails to offset that decline.

So how many Nobel prizes does it take to fill a Mazda?

The Japanese car group is on a sales drive that has zoomed out of left field, says Laura Chesters
Banners from a protest in April this year demanding that Remploy factories stay open. The government plans to close 15 factories

Jobs of 160 disabled workers under threat as Remploy plants shut

Three of the last remaining Remploy factories are to close, threatening 160 disabled workers with redundancy, the company has announced.

The wins put Lowes on 293 points in the overall standings

Motorcycling: Double win a new high for Alex Lowes

Alex Lowes recorded his first double success of the British Superbike Championship with a pair of victories at Cadwell Park yesterday.

'Motorbike in the sky': New Zealand inventor granted flying permit for jetpack

Glenn Martin’s prototype has a top speed of 46 mph

Deloitte loses MG Rover conflict-of-interest appeal

Deloitte has failed to overturn a ruling that it did not manage conflicts of interest between MG Rover and the so-called “Phoenix Four” directors in the lead-up to the car maker’s collapse.

Ubuntu Edge: A $32 million campaign to create 'the future of the phone'

Building on their vision of 'Convergence' as the future of computing, Canonical - the creators of open-source OS Ubunutu -  have launched a new Indiegogo campaign to create the Edge: a smartphone 'for the future' that will double up as desktop PC.

The Bentley EXP 9F concept car - unveiled at Geneva last year and pointing the way at the SUV

Bentley gives the green light to world's most powerful SUV... and 1,000 new jobs

One sector sprinting ahead in global race is our booming automotive industry, says Cameron

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Saudi Arabia's airstrikes in Yemen are fuelling the Gulf's fire

Saudi airstrikes are fuelling the Gulf's fire

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Jonathan Anderson: If fashion is a cycle, this young man knows just how to ride it

If fashion is a cycle, this young man knows just how to ride it

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Number plates scheme could provide a licence to offend in the land of the free

Licence to offend in the land of the free

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