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Veteran told he had three months to live after World War II celebrates his 100th birthday

Every 100th birthday is a cause for celebration, but even more so when you are a war veteran who has cheated death.

The valuation of Formula One is being questioned in the High Court case brought by Constantin Medien

RBS ‘careless’ with $2.7bn loan to Formula One

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) was “extremely careless” when it lent $2.7bn (£1.7bn) to Formula One motor racing in 2006, the co-chairman of the private-equity firm CVC has told a London court.

Sebastian Vettel on his way to victory at the Singapore Grand Prix

New Jersey, Mexico, Austria and Russia included in the 2014 provisional Formula One calendar in a bumper 22-race schedule

Korea is also set for a return after missing out on this season's calendar, although the dates could still be changed

F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone with driver Sebastian Vettel at last year’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

New Concorde Agreement reached between Formula One Group and the FIA

Agreement over the deal had been delayed

Sir David Frost dies: Tributes pour in for 'peerless broadcaster'

Tributes have poured in for "peerless broadcaster" Sir David Frost after he died from a heart attack aged 74.

Despite inflated prices, ticket sales topped 300,000 last year

Why Silverstone sale will keep Bernie Ecclestone onside over British GP

Historic venue has been seen as bad business by F1 supremo for years but new deal will protect it

Hyperloop tubes would be mounted above ground on columns, and inside them would be pods five miles apart leaving every 30 seconds

LA to San Francisco in 30 minutes: Paypal founder Elon Musk unveils 800mph Hyperloop 'trains'

Technology described as a cross between Concorde, a rail gun and an air hockey table

Tesla Motors Inc CEO Elon Musk talks about Tesla's new battery swapping program in Hawthorne, California June 20, 2013. Tesla Motors Inc on Thursday unveiled a system to swap battery packs in its electric cars in about 90 seconds, a service Musk said will help overcome fears about their driving range. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Elon Musk to reveal 'fifth form' of transport on August 12 known as the Hyperloop

SpaceX CEO described the system as “a cross between a Concorde, a rail gun, and an air hockey table”

Last Night's Viewing: The Iraq War, BBC2
Confessions of a Male Stripper, Channel 4

What went through Tony Blair's mind when he was invited to take part in The Iraq War, the latest of Brook Lapping's fascinating exercises in behind-the-scenes history? Better out than in, presumably.

Sebastian Conran

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The eldest son of Sir Terence Conran, Sebastian Conran runs his own design studio in Barons Court, London. He has recently launched Universal Expert collection of homewares, available from www.johnlewis.com. He talks to Annie Deakin about his mentors, common design mistakes and his dream project.

Qataris poised for €1.6bn takeover of Printemps

"Arab spring" is about to gain a new meaning. The famous French department store, Printemps – spring in French – is about to be taken over by a Qatari consortium for a reported €1.6bn (£1.3bn).

The first Boeing 747 rolls out of the Boeing plant in 1968

BA says farewell to the jumbo as the plane with the hump looks set to be heading for the dump

The ageing and fuel-thirsty Boeing 747 is no longer an economic option, says travel correspondent Simon Calder

Qataris buy InterContinental London Park Lane for £400m

One of London’s most prestigious hotels was today bought by the Qataris for more than £400 million.

Simon Calder: No smoke but plenty of ire

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