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By the law of averages, talent-show telly has to throw up at least one genuinely serviceable talent every ten years or so, and Rebecca Ferguson is surely that one. Although typically, she didn't win the contest, despite the support of high-profile fans such as Adele - who admitted she voted for Ferguson about 80 times.

Charlie Gilmour on his release from Wayland prison in Norfolk

Gilmour freed – with an electronic tag

Charlie Gilmour, the son of the Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, was released from prison yesterday after serving a quarter of his 16-month sentence for violent disorder at an anti-fees and cuts march last year.

Next takes on up to 1,000 fashion retail apprentices

High-street chain hopes to show that 'someone training from 17 without a degree can succeed'

Jaguar XF 2.2D

At last, just what the market needs, a four-cylinder diesel that's covetable, attainable, and oh, so quiet

Hard-working Banimpire can prove a killjoy for Bunting

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Jaguar Land Rover sales rise 5 per cent

Jaguar Land Rover sold more than 62,000 vehicles in the first quarter, as operating profits rose by 17 per cent to £408m, the luxury car company's Indian owner, Tata Motors, said yesterday.

Automotive boost for GKN

GKN posted forecast-beating results yesterday as growth in its automotive business helped to drive half-yearly pre-tax profits up by 14 per cent to £200m.

Charlie Gilmour 'locked up 23 hours a day'

Jailed student protester Charlie Gilmour is being locked up for 23 hours a day, according to his mother.

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