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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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Notes from Underground at The Print Room | Theatre review
Notes from Underground at The Print Room

Imagine old musty philosophical musings written and performed with a kind of introverted g-force that winds its [read more]

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles | Movie review
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The sewers below New York are home to many myths and legends, some more plausible than others, but when it comes to [read more]

Constable: The Making of a Master at the V&A | Exhibition review
Constable: The Making of a Master at the V&A

As one of England’s best-known and most valued painters, Constable is bound to have many admirers. Already recognised [read more]

The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman | Movie review
The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman

Coming-of-age stories are often about waking up, but The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman takes that a little too [read more]

Diary of a Madman at Omnibus | Theatre review
Diary of a Madman at Omnibus

The low-ranking civil servant at the beginning of Diary of a Madman is a very different person to the cautious and [read more]

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