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Jaguar Land Rover has pledged to increase its sales in China, the Government said on the sidelines of a visit by a senior Chinese politican yesterday.

Pietersen accused of being too quick to party after speeding fine

Kevin Pietersen, who scored 227 in England's Ashes Test win in Adelaide after a long trough of form, was fined here yesterday for speeding in a bright yellow Lamborghini.

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'New era' as Jaguar creates thousands of jobs

Car giant Jaguar Land Rover is to invest billions of pounds in its business, creating thousands of new jobs and safeguarding its UK factories, it was announced today.

Homophobic 'tweet' costs Rice sponsorship deal

Stephanie Rice, Australia's triple Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer, has lost a sponsorship deal with luxury car maker Jaguar after making a homophobic remark on Twitter.

Property-owning knight 'Sir Barry Brooks' evicted

A self-styled knight has been evicted from his north London council flat after investigators discovered he owned four other properties, including one in Exmouth, a local authority said.

Lights, camera, traction!

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Sariska looks stronger in duel of Oaks winners with Snow Fairy

Snow Fairy has matched Sariska in both the substance and style of her achievements last year, winning all out in the Oaks at Epsom before cruising home in softer conditions at the Curragh. But now they square up in the Darley Yorkshire Oaks today and the younger filly may be punished for her insolence. Being a far more imposing physical specimen, Sariska was always going to flourish in her third season and saw off her old rival, Midday, here at York in May before giving the top-class colt Fame And Glory a good race when returning to Epsom in June.

Booming sales at Jaguar Land Rover boost Tata Motors profits

Booming global demand for British-made Jaguars and Land Rovers is helping push Indian owner Tata Motors back into profit.

Mother and daughter die after head-on crash

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Jaguar goes head to head with BMW in Cowes

Jaguar goes head to head with BMW, the Extreme 40 screamers stage the second in their European tour, an international line-up of Open 60s will contest a round the Isle of Wight sprint, and nearly 900 boats in 26 classes will race the Solent's tricky waters ever day.

Sir Keith Mills looks ahead to Cowes week

Tottenham Hotspur director Sir Keith Mills hopes to kick off a new phase in his bid to win the America's Cup when his Team Origin takes on the San Francisco-based holder, BMW-Oracle, in Cowes next week.

Jaguar XKR and XKR Speed Pack

Jaguar's current line-up is probably stronger than any the company has fielded in decades. Most attention has focused in the last year or two on the company's big saloons, the XF, which replaced the S-Type, and the new XJ introduced this year, both of which are providing much stiffer competition for the German prestige brands than their conservatively styled predecessors.

The renewal – and revival - of the Jaguar line-up, though, began in 2006 with the current XK coupé and convertible, and these cars are still selling strongly (deliveries in the UK market were up 22.5 per cent in the first half of this year) thanks to a series of tweaks and updates aimed at keeping them fresh.

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