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Automotive brilliance, distilled

1. 2013 Range Rover

Looks great, and combines luxury and ruggedness like Bear Grylls in a silk kimono.

2. Vauxhall Ampera

Its ingenious petrol-fuelled generator and superb performance are an evolutionary leap for electric cars.

3. BMW 3 series

A fantastic all-rounder, the only thing boring about it is that it keeps turning up on ‘best car’ lists.

4. Toyota GT86

All bells and whistles have been removed to create a stripped-back driving machine, and all for £25,000.

5. Mini Roadster

Less is more; in this case the ‘less’ is the roof and the ‘more’ is the amount of time you’ll spend in the car.





Books of the year 2012


Sporting moments of the year



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Science has solved the ketchup bottle problem

Finally you'll be able to get that last bit out

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There's a Finnish word for drinking at home in your pants & we love it

Pull your damn socks up, the English language

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Sir David Attenborough and Blue Planet are coming back in 2017

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by Alex Finnis
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Dad's rant about his ex-wife goes viral for all the right reasons

Parent goals

by Emily Badiozzaman
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Someone perfectly remixed a Donald Trump superfan to Eminem's 'Stan'

I love you Trump, we could have been together

by Emily Badiozzaman
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You can now buy 'luxury iceberg water' for £80

Water joke

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There is an eighth continent that you had no idea existed

Move over Australasia, there's a new kid in town

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Tony Blair declares "mission" to get UK to "rise up" against Brexit

Former PM claims people voted "without knowledge of the true terms of Brexit"

by Joe Ellison
17 Feb 2017