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

French corporal Abel Chennouf, who was killed in the shootings in Montauban on 15 March

Man in black, on a scooter, with same gun: links to murders of three soldiers

While a nation reacted with horror to the murder of three children and a teacher in broad daylight, police quickly made a link between yesterday's attack and the killings last week of three French soldiers of North African origin in two separate shootings.

Three more soldiers are shot dead in France

Three soldiers were shot dead yesterday by an attacker on a scooter as they attempted to withdraw cash from a machine in the south-west city of Montauban.

Jaguar Land Rover has announced the creation of 1,000 new jobs

Jaguar Land Rover creates 1,000 new jobs

Jaguar Land Rover is to create 1,000 jobs at its factory on Merseyside to support "significant demand" for some of its models, the company announced today.

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"I feel like a stranger in my own life," Taylor Lautner's hunk, Nathan, informs his shrink (Sigourney Weaver).

Ian Powell's accountancy firm has been hit with a record fine

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PwC's Ian Powell believes attempts to break the grip of the 'big four' will only weaken audit quality.

Easton: he referred to himself as 'the Henry Higgins of Hollywood'

Robert Easton: Actor who was also dialogue coach to a host of stars

Although he clocked up dozens of screen appearances over more than half a century, the American actor Robert Easton's greatest claim to fame was as dialect coach to some of film's biggest stars. He called himself the Henry Higgins of Hollywood, after the professor of phonetics in My Fair Lady. Perhaps most successful was his contribution to Forest Whitaker's performance as Idi Amin in The Last King of Scotland (2006); Whitaker's East African accent and use of Swahili combined with his large physical presence and chilling portrayal of Amin's menacing stare and unnerving mood changes to win him a Best Actor Oscar.

Fine effort: Kia Optima 1.7D

Kia Optima 1.7D

Kia's roomy saloon seems destined for the minicab ranks

The Apple store in Grand Central Station

Uncle Sam need not be the black sheep of investors' portfolios

After major scares in the summer, America out-performed the world's major markets in 2011 and its companies could be a good bet for the year ahead

Ride-on lawnmower pioneer dies in Florida

The man who turned mowing the grass into a multimillion-dollar enterprise has died at the age of 87.

Honda plans to create 500 new jobs

Japanese car giant Honda is creating 500 new jobs to meet a forecasted increase in production at its UK factory.

Ford pays dividend for first time in five years

Ford Motor Company has reinstated a dividend for the first time in five years, with a 5 cents per share payout that the US car giant said it could sustain during a future downturn.

The new 911 remains the best thrill-giver you can buy at the price

Porsche 911 Carrera S

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triumph powers its way to increased profits

Despite the ill winds blowing through the wider manufacturing sector, Triumph, the Leicestershire-based motorcycle maker with a heritage that stretches back more than 100 years, showed that it was continuing to race ahead yesterday, with turnover up by 11 per cent in the year to June.

Triumph sales accelerate in tough market

Despite the ill winds blowing through the wider sector, Triumph, the Leicestershire-based motorcycle manufacturer with a heritage that stretches back over 100 years, showed that it was continuing to race ahead yesterday, with turnover up by 11 per cent in the year to June.

Sharon Bialek, right, claims Herman Cain groped her in the back of a car in Washington in 1997

Cain forced to come out fighting after sex claims

Republican presidential hopeful hits out at detailed allegations of sexual misconduct

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King Arthur: Legendary figure was real and lived most of his life in Strathclyde, academic claims

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