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Ferrari's 'green' V6 hybrid 296 GTB supercar revealed

Today

The 296 GTB can sprint to 62mph in under three seconds and travel more than 15 miles in electric-only power. Ferrari says it marks a 'revolution' for the car making legend.

A third of UK motorists don't know what green number plates represent

Today

Despite being available for six months, there is still no confirmation of any benefit drivers with green plates will get. Free parking in towns and cities, access to bus lanes and other perks had been touted.

What does a fund manager do when the stock market is crashing? 

Today

How to handle a crash is an intriguing question for us amateur investors and one that fund manager Georgina Brittain answered candidly in my recent interview with her.

Crest Nicholson reinstates dividends for shareholders

Today

The Chertsey-based housebuilder has upped its annual profit forecast and said demand from buyers for completions taking place after the September stamp duty holiday deadline remained strong.

How to pay off your mortgage by retirement

Today

The average age people expect to get shot of their mortgage is 59, new research reveals. But what can you do to avoid mortgage debt in retirement?

What are the pros and cons of buying off-plan?

Today

My partner and I are trying to buy our first home, but thanks to the hot property market we keep missing out. Buying off-plan could help us get on the ladder without being gazumped - but is it a good idea?

Escape to the Chateau's Dick and Angel's new series of Make Do and Mend

Today

Escape to the Chateau's Dick and Angel Strawbridge are back on our screens with the latest series of their TV show Make Do and Mend.

Race for buyers to beat stamp duty deadline with 6 DAYS to 30 June cut-off

Today

Home buyers face a mad dash to complete their purchases or risk paying up to £15,000 extra in stamp duty, as figures show transactions in May were 140% higher than last year.

MPs back our Stamp Out Investment Fraud campaign

Today

The Online Safety Bill is looking at how to make tech giants accountable for 'harmful' content on their platforms. MPs said that were it to be widened, then it could stop an LCF-style scandal happening again.

Audi to pull all petrol and diesel models from European showrooms in 2033

Today

Audi became the latest in a host of car makers to outline their intentions to do away with the internal combustion engine over the course of the next decade, following the likes of Fiat, Ford and JLR.

We drive two landmark Aston Martins created exactly 100 years apart

Yesterday

Aston Martin's 1921 'A3' hits 100 years of age, and to mark the occasion a special commission of three 2021 Vantage Roadsters celebrating the original model has been released.

ALEX BRUMMER: Emma Walmsley fires up the big guns in the war for Glaxo

Yesterday

The phony war for the soul of GlaxoSmithKline kicked off in April. Big decisions, such as the commitment to spin-out consumer healthcare, were taken a time ago.

Brunswick guru Sir Alan Parker to bank £70m windfall from the sale of stake in the PR giant

Yesterday

Parker, (pictured) co-founded Brunswick in 1987 and turned it into a global firm that represents more than a fifth of the firms on the FTSE 100. US merchant bank BDT will buy an 11 per cent stake.

Morrison's top shareholder Silchester hands partners £110m windfall

Yesterday

Silchester International Investors, Morrisons' largest shareholder with a 15 per cent stake, said its 17 bosses will walk away with the hefty pay packet days before the takeover battle began.

Glaxosmithkline boss Emma Walmsley promises a decade of growth

Yesterday

On what was seen as a make-or-break day for her career, the embattled chief executive Emma Walmsley (pictured) vowed a 'step-change' at the British company after years of lacklustre performance.

MARKET REPORT: Housebuilder Berkeley swept up by property price boom

Yesterday

Fears that house buyers will permanently shun London for the countryside after the pandemic have been over-egged - at least according to the boss of Berkeley Group.

Why Sir Ken Morrison will be turning in his grave over takeover bid

Yesterday

Supermarket supremo Sir Ken Morrison (pictured) famously loathed debt and unnecessary expenditure - to the point he didn't redecorate the company headquarters for more than three decades.

Bank of England boss Andrew Bailey blasted over LCF savings scandal

Yesterday

LCF went bust in January 2019 - when Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey (pictured) was head of the Financial Conduct Authority - leaving 11,600 investors facing losses of up to £237m.

Public funding for UK exporters nearly tripled to £12.3bn last year

Yesterday

Major employers such as EasyJet, British Airways and Rolls Royce were among the groups to receive backing from UK Export Finance (UKEF).

Right to Rent checks are updated for landlords and letting agents

Yesterday

Checking whether your tenant has permission to live in England is a legal requirement - but this has been allowed to be carried out via video during Covid.