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  • Buy a house, get a free Bentley

    Buy a house, get a free Bentley

    Struggling to sell her house in the current economic climate, one property owner has devised a unique strategy to entice buyers: throw in a free Bentley. Called – appropriately enough – The Bentley, the six-bedroom…

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  • Footballer banned after accruing 39 points

    Footballer banned after accruing 39 points

    Swansea City midfielder Kemy Agustien has been banned from driving for 12 months after clocking up an astonishing 39 points. Agustien amassed the pile of points after being charged with five counts of failing to…

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  • Ferrari’s finest go under the hammer

    Ferrari’s finest go under the hammer

    Sixteen of Ferrari’s rarest and most sought after models are to be put up for auction at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este classic car show next month.? Held annually on the shore of Lake Como…

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  • Girls Aloud star Harding banned from driving

    Girls Aloud star Harding banned from driving

    Sarah Harding, one of the members of British pop group Girls Aloud has this week been banned from driving. The 31-year old singer was pulled over in Central London earlier this month after being spotted…

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  • Motorists favour smoking-while-driving ban

    Motorists favour smoking-while-driving ban

    Over half of motorists would welcome a ban on smoking behind the wheel, according to a survey conducted by the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM). Drivers are clearly concerned with the attentiveness of smokers behind…

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  • Rolls Royce creates modern FAB 1

    Rolls Royce creates modern FAB 1

    Usually a shining example of classic British good taste, Rolls-Royce has gone all Katie Price for its latest creation – a modern day interpretation of the iconic Thunderbirds FAB 1. Based on an extended-wheelbase version…

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  • Cyclists call for strict liability law

    Cyclists call for strict liability law

    Cycling safety campaigners in Scotland are calling for a change in the law to make motorists automatically at fault in the event of an accident. A change would make hitting a cyclist a 'strict liability'…

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  • Sat-nav almost sends family into river

    Sat-nav almost sends family into river

    A British family narrowly avoided being swept away after blindly following sat-nav directions to the banks of a swollen river. Micheal Sullivan, his wife Tania and their ten children were on-board the family minibus attempting…

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  • DVLA profiteering from driver details

    DVLA profiteering from driver details

    The Driving Vehicle and Licensing Agency made more than £10 million in the last year, selling details about drivers to parking firms and vehicle clamping agencies. The Government department sells the details of around 50,000…

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