Check out this 1936 Atalanta roadster

When it comes to classic cars, a loyal fan’s commitment can go a long way. So far, in fact, that at its most extreme it can lead to a resurrection of an entire marque. Enter the Atalanta, which was first manufactured in 1936. With its advanced construction including a fully independent, coil-sprung suspension, pre-selector transmission, hydraulic brakes and three-valve, twin-spark ...

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Donald Trump forgets Paul Ryan's name and calls him Ron twice

Donald Trump forgot House Speaker Paul Ryan‘s name during a speech in Wisconsin, twice referring to him as Ron. Mr Trump was speaking about his “Buy American, Hire American” executive order and veered into addressing the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato), the 28-country military alliance which Mr Trump has called “obsolete” in the past.  He appeared to make a joke about ...

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How Imposter Syndrome is holding millenials back

My boss asked me to give a marketing presentation at a financial institution on behalf of our law firm last year. I arrived at the bank where I was scheduled to sell our commercial services to a room of financial managers and knocked on the glass door. A man pulled open the door and hurriedly said to me: “You’re going ...

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Thanks for the offer Tony Blair, but the Liberal Democrats don't need you to win the anti-Brexit argument

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has said that voters in this year’s general election should pick candidates from whichever party is prepared to hold Theresa May’s Government to account over Brexit. There has even been speculation that he’s about to team up with the Liberal Democrats to make the anti-Brexit case. As a Liberal Democrat who ticks those boxes, I ...

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Vast rivers and waterfalls discovered across Antarctica

Water is flowing across Antarctica in vast rivers, lakes and waterfalls and has been for decades, scientists have discovered. While temporary meltwater streams have been encountered before by polar explorers like Ernest Shackleton, it was thought liquid water was relatively rare because the continent is so cold. However a new study of aerial photography and satellite images found “widespread drainage ...

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London Euston evacuated with no trains running after fire causes power cut

The track side fire caused a power cut (Picture: Network Rail) Commuters could face travel chaos this evening after London Euston was evacuated due to a fire on the track causing a power cut. No trains are running in and out of the station while Network Rail engineers try to restore signalling equipment damaged by the fire near South Hampstead. Almost half ...

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Father and girl, 2, died when freak wave swept them out to sea

McKayla and Rudy both died (Picture: Family Handout/PA Wire) A two-year-old girl died on a family holiday after being swept into the sea by a freak wave while still strapped into her pushchair. McKayla and her dad Rudy Bruynius, 33, were killed in the incident at Fistral beach in Newquay, Cornwall on August 19 last year. How much does a general election cost? They ...

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Emmerdale spoilers: Zoe Henry thought next week’s ‘brutal’ rape episode with Rhona and Pierce would be cut

(Picture: ITV) Emmerdale star Zoe Henry has warned fans to expect some difficult to watch scenes in Emmerdale next week when her character Rhona Goskirk is subjected to a harrowing rape as her new husband, evil Pierce Harris, attacks her on their wedding night. As the harrowing scenes go to some devastating places, Zoe has admitted to Inside Soap that ...

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Man filmed savagely attacking dog in pub’s beer garden

The dog was punched 36 times in 15 minutes (Picture: Sussex Police/Solent News) Distressing footage shows a thug brutally attacking his defenceless dog in a pub’s beer garden. The man punched his Staffordshire bull terrier in the face 36 times, kicked it and poured a pint of beer on the poor dog during the 15-minute assault at The Royal Oak ...

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England should be ‘scared’ of ‘once in a generation’ Australia attack, says Brett Lee

Legendary Australia fast bowler Brett Lee (Picture: Getty) Brett Lee has warned England that they will be up against a formidable bowling attack when they contest for the Ashes against Australia in the winter. In Pat Cummins, James Pattinson, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazelwood, Australia possess a lethal and dynamic pace quartet. Watch: India star Suresh Raina shows incredible reactions ...

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