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A grand prix in Thailand is on the cards from 2014 as an agreement is understood to have been reached in principle for a race to be run around the streets of Bangkok.

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Manchester United abandon Singapore and head for Wall Street to raise funds

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Phillips sells Double Helix to McCann Health

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The Sketch: Michael Gove muscles in with a daring ambition

He's looking bigger these days, Michael Gove. Deeper chest, broader shoulders. Maybe he's been through a Charles Atlas course in muscular Conservatism.

London retains crown as world's top city for tourists

London is riding a wave of tourism this year thanks to a summer of celebration and has been crowned the world's top destination city for a second year running, according to a new report.

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Did you spend your weekend rubbing oily shoulders at a swamped lido, coughing up salt water at the beach, or calling out the fire brigade to extract you from a minute paddling pool?

World Champion Sebastien Vettel

Investment groups rev up Formula One float

Formula One's share flotation rolled on to the starting grid yesterday as venture capitalist CVC sold a $1.6bn (£1bn) stake in the business to three investment groups including BlackRock.

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