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.
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
A police investigation into events surrounding former Wham! singer George Michael’s accident on the M1 has now been closed.
April’s mother said she would ‘live with the guilt’ of letting her daughter go out for the rest of her life
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.
Luxury car-maker bucks sector's moribund trend as it responds to international demand
The back-seat view proves revealing as David Wilkins has an early on-the-road experience
Land Rover has released the first official pictures of the new fourth-generation Range Rover in undisguised form.
How do you replace a car that has been a success for more than sixty years? Land Rover thinks it may finally have the answer, in the form of a new concept, codenamed DC100, to be shown at this month's Frankfurt Motor Show.
Land Rover has provided a sneak peek at the five-door version of the Evoque, the baby Range Rover that goes on sale early next year.