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”We just spent and spent and spent,“ Mr Hills told the police

The car of Camilla and Prince Charles in Fredericton, Canada last year

Armour-plated £300,000 BMW with poisoned gas alarm for Charles, the Prince of Wheels

Rumoured high-security vehicle described by motoring experts as 'über-technical land yacht'

BMW recalls 1.3m cars over electrical fault which could cause fires

Company's 5 and 6 Series affected by wiring problem

Vicky Pryce, Chris Huhne and how an old number plate prompted me to change my mind

I wrote to express sympathy for the disgraced former MP, but having seen a picture of his old BMW, I'm inclined to reconsider

Six-year-old girl crashes mother’s BMW into two cars after half-mile joyride to visit her dad

A six-year-old girl has crashed her mother’s BMW into two cars after taking the vehicle on a half-mile joyride to visit her dad.

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Exposed: The army's gun-smuggling soldiers

A group of British Army soldiers based in Germany have been convicted of attempting to smuggle guns and cocaine from continental Europe to sell to the London underworld.

Bush whack: Justin Rose plays his way out of trouble in the trees on the 10th hole during his round of 68 yesterday

Justin Rose keeps on flying under the radar

As McIlroy and Woods flop, the world No 5 is showing the form of his life

Editorial: Munich 1, Chelsea 0 as Guardiola heads to Bavaria

So the world's most sought-after football manager has preferred Munich to Chelsea. And who, to be honest, wouldn't do the same? If you're partial to Continental-style city-states rather than super-chic suburbs, as Pep Guardiola's glory days at Barcelona rather suggest he is, Munich has to be in the premier league.

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie pose next to a Mini in front of Brandenburg Gate as they promote the GREAT initiative

Princesses go on a Mini adventure to convince Germans we really do rather like them after all

Forget the Europe bashing, Cameron has new weapon for trade charm offensive

Demand drives best-ever BMW sales in Britain

BMW toasted surging demand for the new Mini Coupé and BMW 3 Series yesterday, as the German-owned car giant enjoyed its best-ever year in the UK.

Half of male drivers have had sex in their car

Half of male drivers, and 37 per cent of female drivers, have had sex in their car, according to a new survey.

Los Angeles Auto Show 2012 highlights

Jaguar, Land Rover, Porsche and Mercedes, Hyundai and Toyota were among the firms unveiling new models at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Man arrested after brawl erupts on M1 as two are killed in crash

Four fire engines and six ambulances were sent to the scene this morning

The all-new XFR-S performance saloon

Jaguar unveils its all-new XFR-S performance saloon in LA

California is one of the world's largest luxury and performance car markets, so this week’s LA Auto show was the right place for Jaguar Land Rover to kick off its latest product blitz.

The first teaser photo of the new Jaguar XFR-S

Jaguar to launch hot XFR-S at Los Angeles show

Jaguar has issued the first teaser photo of the new XFR-S, which is set to be the hottest model in the XF range. The new car will be shown in full at the Los Angeles International Auto Show next week.

Oh yes? Oh no, no no! Martin Clunes dropped from Churchill adverts after driving ban

Men Behaving Badly actor Martin Clunes has been dropped from a car insurance advert after being disqualified from driving.

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Sevenoaks is split over much-delayed decision on controversial grammar school annexe

Sevenoaks split over grammar school annexe

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Why Michael Carrick is still proving an enigma for England

Why Carrick is still proving an enigma for England

Manchester United's talented midfielder has played international football for almost 14 years yet, frustratingly, has won only 32 caps, says Sam Wallace
Tracey Neville: The netball coach who is just as busy as her brothers, Gary and Phil

Tracey Neville is just as busy as her brothers, Gary and Phil

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