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Freddie's family said "everyone loved" the three-year-old boy

Losses at Jaguar Land Rover send parent Tata into red

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) suffered from the continued slump in the automotive industry in the three months to the end of June, which drove parent company Tata Motors into a loss for the quarter. Yet the group is confident that with new funding and aggressive cost-cutting, it will be in a good position when the market returns to growth.

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The campaign against the Army's use of Snatch Land Rovers has been raging for several years now. And powerful voices in Parliament and the media have condemned the use of the lightly armoured vehicles to transport troops.

Roger Bacon: We lost a son and have a right to know

I feel very strongly that we should be able to attend a public inquiry. From our point of view – as relatives of British soldiers who died in Iraq – we want to hear the evidence first-hand. If you have lost a son, as we have lost our son, or a husband, or a father, you are entitled to know what happened.

Three arrested after girl dies in 4x4 crash

Three men were arrested today after the death of a 14-year-old girl who was injured when a 4x4 vehicle crashed into a lamppost.

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Car Choice: Don't sell that Land Rover... but the 4x4 runaround must go

Paul Baker is 33, his wife runs a 53 plate Skoda Octavia Estate, 1.8 Turbo 4x4 variant that returns just under 30mpg. It does around 30 miles a day in school and playgroup runs. Paul commutes about 25 miles a day in his 1972 Land Rover Lightweight which does roughly 14mpg. They need to cut their motoring costs. Paul wants a car that will do 50mpg plus. His budget is £4,000.

Equestrianism: Williams and Skip Two Ramiro win Land Rover Stakes

Guy Williams and the speedy Skip Two Ramiro outpaced their rivals on the opening international day of the Royal Windsor Horse Show, winning the Land Rover Stakes by 2.69sec from Mark Armstrong on Sefana. Third place went to Robert Whitaker and Lacroix, who were the winners of this class last year.

Geoff Polites: Jaguar Land Rover chief executive

Two of the most esteemed names in British carmaking – Jaguar and Land Rover – are embarking on a drive into uncharted territory. After Ford agreed to sell the companies to the conglomerate Tata for $2.3bn, the venerable marques – the first Land Rover appeared in 1947, while Jaguar was founded (as SS Cars) in 1931 – will shortly become the first Western carmakers to enter Indian ownership. The man who steered them into this position will not, now, be accompanying them – as, in his position of chief executive, he had intended to.

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Helen Jones, 23, is a mechanical engineer for the Ministry of Defence, Defence Engineering and Science Group.

The Old Country, By Sam North

What is it with the English aristocracy? There are far more deserving objects for our compassion, yet Sam North's masterly creation, Lord Woodford – a self-centred, bristle-moustached, scarlet-faced, alcoholic aristo who's never done a day's work in his life – milks the reader's sense of pathos until it hurts. And makes you laugh at the same time.

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Driving Test fees set to increase

Taking a driving test is to become more expensive from the start of April.

Jeep Cherokee: The camel just became obsolete

Across a bit of the Sahara used for the Paris-Dakar, Daniel Cobbs finds the new Cherokee totally at home

Angel warns: 'We don't want our season just to drift away'

Juan Pablo Angel believes Aston Villa will have a greater chance of attracting quality players during the transfer window if they can sustain a push for Europe this month. The Villa manager, Martin O'Neill, has made it clear he wants to strengthen his squad in January, which will be tested to the limit during a hectic Christmas and new year.

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