Bentley Mulsanne

Price: £220,000
Top speed: 184mph 0-60mph 5.1 seconds
Consumption: 16.7mpg
CO2 emissions: 393g/km
Best for: Everything except fuel consumption
Also worth considering? Maybach, Rolls-Royce Ghost, Rolls-Royce Phantom

26 years for killer who hid body

A killer was jailed for at least 26 years today after he refused to reveal what he has done with the body of his victim.

Internet domain riches fail to arrive in Tuvalu

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John Rentoul: The Mail's poison

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Ground Zero builders uncover centuries-old hull

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UK warned it will run out of landfill sites in eight years

Britain will today be declared the "dustbin of Europe" after warnings that it will run out of landfill sites in less than eight years.

Three charged with landfill body murder

Three people have been charged with murdering a father-of-three whose body was found at a landfill site, detectives said today.

Three questioned over man's murder

Detectives investigating the murder of a man whose body was found at a landfill site were today granted a further 24 hours to question three suspects.

Man's body found at landfill site

Police sealed off a landfill site today after the discovery of a man's body.

Discovering the true power of football

Like many former Premier League footballers, Dennis Bailey has made the pilgrimage to South Africa to join the army of English fans supporting our team. But unlike some footballers who are content to commentate or watch the matches and then head out to the bars and clubs, Dennis was determined to give something back to the rainbow nation.

Store wars: The best bike storage solutions

There's only one problem with bikes – and that's where to keep them without using all the space in the garden shed. Emma Townshend runs the rule over the options

Mexican president issues drug war appeal

President Felipe Calderon appealed to Mexicans to support the fight against organised crime in a national TV address hours after troops killed 15 suspected gang members.

Spelman plans to get tough on toy packaging and recycling

The toy industry faces a crackdown on excessive packaging under plans to reduce the amount of rubbish sent to landfills, the new Environment Secretary has warned.

Dozens of bodies dumped in Mexican mine

At least 55 bodies have been recovered from an abandoned silver mine which became a dumping ground for apparent victims of drug violence.

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