One sector sprinting ahead in global race is our booming automotive industry, says Cameron
Plans for a full touchscreen dash board would give iOS controls to everything from heating to radio
10-year Government and industry initiative expected to secure at least 30,000 jobs
Fiat moving its global headquarters to Britain is just one sign of a renaissance
While the rest of Europe is misfiring amid the eurozone crisis, our motor manufacturers are getting into top gear to meet growing demand
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MG may yet be a mainstream car brand again in Britain one day
Is Skoda's latest family car, the Rapid, up to speed?
A Pakistani singer who rejected a decree from the Taliban to end her music career has been shot dead in the north-west of the country. Reports suggest that police believe her husband may be responsible for the attack.
Company sacks boss over claims he gave away sports cars, reports Margareta Pagano
Their political marriage was unveiled in the grounds of No 10. The second anniversary was celebrated – if that's the right word – in an Essex factory
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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.
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.
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.