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Seat Leon Cupra 290, motoring review: This sublime car will enthrall you

Seat Leon Cupra 290, motoring review: This sublime car will enthrall you Price: £28,680Engine capacity: 2 litre, 4cyl petrolPower output (bhp): 286Top speed (mph): 1550-62 mph (seconds): 5.9Fuel economy (mpg): 42.2CO2 emissions (g/km): 156  Here we have one of the great underestimated cars of our time: the Seat Leon Cupra 290.  ‘Seat’ means it tends…

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US airstrikes ‘kill at least 250 Isis militants’ in Iraq

US airstrikes ‘kill at least 250 Isis militants’ in Iraq

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10 Of The Best Mens Sunglasses For SS15

10 Of The Best Mens Sunglasses For SS15 Top 10 Shades For Spring/Summer If you were to step outside right now, you probably wont find yourself bathed in sunshine but with spring just around the corner, its time to talk sunglasses. The eyewear market has took off in recent years, with an increasing amount of…

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FIFA 17 cover: James Rodriguez, Marco Reus, Eden Hazard and Anthony Martial to go to public vote

FIFA 17 cover: James Rodriguez, Marco Reus, Eden Hazard and Anthony Martial to go to public vote EA Sports will allow the public to vote on which player will feature on the cover of popular video game Fifa 17. James Rodriguez, the Real Madrid playmaker, faces competition from Borussia Dortmund’s Marco Reus, Chelsea’s Eden Hazard…

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Amazon robot competition won by shelf stacking AI that could one day be used in warehouses

Amazon robot competition won by shelf stacking AI that could one day be used in warehouses The Amazon robotic Picking Challenge is a now annual competition that searches for robots that could one day work in the company’s vast warehouses and its second champion has been announced.  This year’s winner was a joint effort, created…

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10 of the best lines from Pride and Prejudice and what they can teach us

10 of the best lines from Pride and Prejudice and what they can teach us Jennifer Ehle as Elizabeth Bennet in the BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice Jean Burnett is the author of Who Needs Mr Darcy? To celebrate the release of her latest work The Bad Miss Bennet abroad – here she chooses 10…

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Tim Peake returns to Earth, says he hopes to go back to space and the Moon straight away

Tim Peake returns to Earth, says he hopes to go back to space and the Moon straight away Tim Peake has spoken about how exciting his journey back to Earth was – and said that he wants to get straight back into space. At his first press conference since leaving the International Space Station (ISS)…

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Muhammad Ali dead: Boxing legend was a great warrior in the battle against Parkinson’s disease

Muhammad Ali dead: Boxing legend was a great warrior in the battle against Parkinson’s disease When Muhammad Ali reached out a trembling arm to light the Olympic torch in 1996 – a moment that will live on in sporting folklore as long as his any of his knockout punches – he opened the world’s eyes…

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The five best hotels for a picnic

The five best hotels for a picnic Dukes Hotel, London Tucked down a quiet street in posh St. James, Dukes Hotel offers the quintessential British picnic experience. You won’t even have to unfurl your own picnic blanket in the leafy surrounds of nearby Green Park, as there will be a butler on hand to do…

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L.A. Dance Project, Sadler’s Wells, review: Founder Benjamin Millepied’s new works are ‘underpowered’

L.A. Dance Project, Sadler’s Wells, review: Founder Benjamin Millepied’s new works are ‘underpowered’ There’s a lot of reflected light on L.A. Dance Project. Its founder, Benjamin Millepied, made headlines when he stepped down as director of the Paris Opéra Ballet after just 16 months, citing a wish to concentrate on his own choreography. His works…

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