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Useful tips on hostage-taking


Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on lessons from Sydney, the cost of a penny whistle and wasting money in outer space.


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Hydrogen - power of the future?

Toyota Hydrogen

There will only be a few hundred and they will not be cheap, but Japanese car giant Toyota is about to take its first small step into the unproven market for emissions-free, hydrogen-powered vehicles.

Ford gets street cred in EcoSport

Ford EcoSport

Sales of small SUVs – cars that look like rugged little off-roaders, but aren’t – are expected to nearly double in the next five years. So every car maker with an eye to future growth needs one, and fast.

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is top dog

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi's big but frugal Outlander PHEV has taken top spot in a set of awards for cars that mix modest thirst and emissions with the ability to entertain their drivers and keep running costs down in the real world.


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Disability claimants 'face delays'

Many disability claimants are experiencing 'very long delays', according to the review

The controversial system for assessing people for the personal independence payment (PIP) gives a "disjointed experience" for claimants, with many experiencing "very long delays", a review of the scheme has found.

Mail sale 'could have raised more'

Former City minister Lord Myners is to publish the findings of his study into the Government's controversial sell-off of the Royal Mail

The Government could have achieved more money for the taxpayer from its sale of Royal Mail, but not as much as the £1 billion suggested by some critics, an official report is expected to say.


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