State ownership of the UK car industry might not have gone so well in the past, but needs must
The pension crisis is no less urgent than the housing crisis. Like housing, it affects almost everyone
In the US, the thing to watch will be whether business confidence in President Trump erodes or builds
GM would not confirm that plants would remain open, stating only that it aimed to 'put the business and the operations in the strongest possible position for the future'
'Dieselgate' has focused on Volkswagen but other manuafcturers' cars are even worse polluters.
Proceedings are due to be issued in the High Court
Vauxhall said the recall of more than 234,000 cars was 'preventative action'
Passengers have been left stranded at stations across the network
If any average builder actually buys the bonkers truck it will add considerable excitement to their day
‘New European Driving Cycle’ is being replaced in 2017 after being deeply discredited by the VW emissions scandal
Getting a Golf at the hire-car counter is like winning the lottery, whereas the new Astra is like winning £10
More than 130 owners of the Vauxhall Zafira B model have reported problems with the car's heating and ventilation system
Costing £1195, the Mountune treatment takes two hours to fit and is available through Ford’s dealer network
New estate Astra gains space, loses weight, and starts at around £17,000
He took on bigots dressed in drag as Lily Savage in the 1980s. Now the comedian is speaking up for the plight of people on benefits
One of the first police officers on the scene of the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby thought she was going to die when one of the killers charged towards her waving a machete, the Old Bailey heard today.