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Freddie's family said "everyone loved" the three-year-old boy

British-born car executive Karl Slym may have committed suicide, say Thai police

The body of Karl Slym, 51, was discovered at the foot of the Shangri-La hotel in Bangkok

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Jaguar Land Rover notches up record-breaking global sales

Iconic British brands sold 425,006 vehicles in 2013 - up 19 per cent on 2012 - and set records in 38 international markets

Armada: he was freed from jail early because of ill-health, though he enjoyed a robust old age

General Alfonso Armada: Soldier whose death means that the mysteries surrounding the 1981 attempted coup in Spain may never be solved

One of the biggest questions about Alfonso Armada is what he really knew about the attempted coup d'etat that took place in Madrid on 23 February 1981, and which he refused to reveal. His silence did not save him from a 30-year prison sentence as one of the three top names in the coup, known in Spain as the 23-F, together with Colonel Tejero, whose civil guards held the government hostage in parliament for the best part of a night and a day, and Lieutenant General Jaime Milans del Bosch.

Wheel and present danger: driving while talking

Should we ban hands-free devices in cars?

First it was motorists using mobile phones, now the road safety lobby wants to ban hands-free devices in vehicles. Really? Sean O'Grady has something to say about that

Jaguar 'eyes Merseyside expansion'

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is understood to be mulling a huge expansion at its Halewood factory in Merseyside that analysts estimated could create up to 1,000 new jobs.

Singer George Michael has been released from hospital following an accident on the M1

Police close investigation into George Michael M1 accident

A police investigation into events surrounding former Wham! singer George Michael’s accident on the M1 has now been closed.

Mark Bridger leaves Mold Crown Court

April Jones murder trial: Mark Bridger begins whole life sentence

April’s mother said she would ‘live with the guilt’ of letting her daughter go out for the rest of her life

Mark Bridger says he he accidentally killed April Jones

April Jones trial: Evidence against Mark Bridger is 'overwhelming', court hears

Prosecutor says case 'stands strongly and compellingly' in closing speech

Mark Bridger is on trial accused of the murder of schoolgirl April Jones

George Osborne's Land Rover caught in disabled parking bay

Chancellor criticised for being 'wildly out of touch' by disability campaigners

Private jets flying higher for Air Partner

Air Partner, the aviation business, has seen its private jet division grow first-half revenues by 12 per cent to £22.7m.

All-new Range Rover Sport revealed… sort of

The all-new Range Rover Sport has broken cover… sort of. Today Land Rover released a very blurry image of the car prior to its official launch at the New York Auto Show on 26 March.

Jaguar boosts Solihull plant with 800 new jobs

Luxury car-maker bucks sector's moribund  trend as it responds to  international demand

India: Ratan Tata drives away

Ratan Tata is stepping down as chairman of India's Tata Group. The 75-year-old will hand over control of the group, which owns Jaguar Land Rover in the UK, to Cyrus Mistry.

Hunt saboteur 'beaten by gang'

Police have arrested a 23-year-old man after a hunt saboteur was apparently beaten with sticks by a gang of men on quad bikes during a Boxing Day hunt.

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Moores must go. He should never have been brought back to fail again

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