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Saturday 25th October 2014

Motors

Ford ends over 100 years of manufacturing in the UK

Ford ends over 100 years of manufacturing in the UK

One of the most successful exports from the USA to Britain has been Ford Motor Company. Back in 1903 three beautiful Model A vehicles made their way across the Atlantic to the UK, and few could have predicted that the company would have [read more]

Celebrity driving fails

Celebrity driving fails

When they are not filming, recording songs, or filling up stadiums, what do celebrities do? Well, it is safe to assume they are going about their private lives. Every now and then the news tells of a certain star vacationing off the [read more]

Mercedes-Benz to buy out Aston Martin

Mercedes-Benz to buy out Aston Martin

Name a British car manufacturer, just one. If you said Rolls Royce, Jaguar, Bentley or even MG then you would be wrong. It seems today that more and more car brands are being sold to foreign manufacturers and that the idea of a [read more]

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Iranian woman hanged over murder despite international appeals for release
Iranian woman hanged over murder despite international appeals for release

An Iranian woman was executed today in a Tehran prison for killing a man she claimed had tried to sexually abuse her. [read more]

The Amazing Snakeheads at Electric Ballroom | Live review
The Amazing Snakeheads at Electric Ballroom

The air inside Camden’s Electric Ballroom on Thursday evening is humid with anticipation and a meniscus of tensile [read more]

The Wet House at the Soho | Theatre review
The Wet House at the Soho

Paddy Campbell’s 2013 collaboration with Live Theatre and Max Roberts, The Wet House this year turns southwards from [read more]

Caribou – Our Love | Album review
Caribou – Our Love

The word “anticipated” couldn’t be more of an understatement when applied to Caribou’s latest venture, Our [read more]

The Rivals at the Arcola | Theatre review
The Rivals at the Arcola

Comparing 18th century comic drama to its purely chronological predecessors in Shakespeare, Marlowe and Jonson is much [read more]

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