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UK car production hit a six-year high in 2013 as the number of vehicles rolling off the line topped 1.5 million.

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Chelsea will not take Monterrey lightly insists Rafael Benitez

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A lollipop man has died after he was hit by a car while escorting a parent across the road to pick a child up from school.

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Cycling: Former aide of Lance Armstrong claims she was used as a 'drug runner'

A former aide of Lance Armstrong has alleged she was used as a “drug runner” during her time working for the US Postal team.

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Vuelta a Espana: Chris Froome remains in second place after fifth stage

Team Sky's Chris Froome remains one second off the lead as Spain's Joaquim Rodriguez finished safely in the bunch on the fifth stage of the Vuelta a Espana.

Girl badly hurt in road collision

A young girl is seriously ill in hospital after she was injured by a car that left the road and hit her as she walked along the street.

Frank Schleck

Tour de France: Frank Schleck's B sample proves positive

Frank Schleck has once again protested his innocence after failing a doping test during this year's Tour de France.

Frank Schleck

Tour de France: Frank Schleck requests analysis of B sample after testing positive for banned substance

Frank Schleck has requested the analysis of his B sample while insisting he does not know why he tested positive for a banned substance which resulted in his withdrawal from the Tour de France.

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Cancellara in the yellow jersey on this year's tour

Tour de France: Fabian Cancellara withdraws from Tour

Fabian Cancellara has withdrawn from the Tour de France ahead of today's 148-kilometre 11th stage from Albertville to La Toussuire.

Thomas Voeckler celebrates victory on stage ten of the Tour

Tour de France: Bradley Wiggins retains yellow jersey as Thomas Voeckler takes stage ten

Briton Bradley Wiggins successfully defended the yellow jersey for a third day as the Tour de France headed towards the Alps and Thomas Voeckler won the 10th stage in the Jura Mountains.

Over 830,000 enter Nissan and PlayStation GT Academy Online Competition

Bid to find this year's game driver to real life racer begins in earnest.

Peter Sagan wins his third stage`

Tour de France: Peter Sagan takes third stage win

Peter Sagan continued an impressive Tour de France debut, winning his third stage this afternoon. Having been seriously delayed by a pile-up 25km from the finish, Mark Cavendish was nowhere to be seen.

Mark Cavendish wins the latest stage of the Tour

Cycling: Mark Cavendish wins Tour de France second stage

Mark Cavendish won his 21st Tour de France stage this afternoon, having perfectly negotiated a chaotic run-in to the finish.

Tour de France: Green jersey competition hots up as Sagan wins stage one

22-year-old Peter Sagan claimed his first Tour de France stage win this afternoon, outsprinting overall leader Fabian Cancellara.

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