Police obtained a recording that shows two suspected gang members discussing what is believed to be an offer made by Ford of $5,000 (£2,900) plus a car in exchange for the incriminating footage, the BBC alleges
Sean O’Grady charts its ageless appeal – and compares the new model to its illustrious (but less profitable) predecessors
Former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin has said Pope Francis has “taken her aback” with his liberal interpretation of Christianity and has expressed fears he may be being influenced by the mainstream media.
Attack allegedly occurred just hours after Mr Benyon was told he had been sacked as Government minister
33-year-old admitted subjecting girls as young as 16 to 'predatory and premeditated' attacks in Bristol
Coleman has named Bale in the Wales squad to face the Republic of Ireland next week and insists he is 'only going to get better' regardless of if he stays in the Premier League
The Britannia Cup was called off amid the calm conditions
'It was ridiculous that Caldwell was suddenly above me,' a resentful Lee Iacocca recalled
Paul Casey mastered difficult conditions to hit a five-under-par 67 and claim the Irish Open by three shots yesterday, securing his first European Tour victory in over two years.
In Arizona zookeepers fed tigers frozen fish while meteorologists baked biscuits in their van
The pair apparently tried to check into a hotel in Watford, but Bush's card was declined
Sir Terence Beckett, who has died at the age of 89, had a career which included six years as chairman of Ford in Britain and several years as director general of the CBI. But despite his successes, the industrial and political problems of Britain in the 1970s and 1980s prevented him from achieving as much as this model of a modern manager could have done a few years later. As he himself put it, "We have had an inheritance of inertia in this country which has been disguised by the industrial revolution, the empire and North Sea oil."
'The UK continues to perform well ahead of the troubled eurozone'
America got the best city car ever. We got this truck
We've seen Premiership footballer players in camouflaged Bentleys and Justin Bieber behind the wheel of a chrome-wrapped sports car, but automotive taste has finally driven itself of a cliff with the velvet-wrapped Porsche.