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Gareth Butterfield spends a week in the new British-built Toyota Auris, and finds there’s much for the UK to be proud of from this pretty newcomer.

  DAY ONE The Auris has arrived and it’s the first time I’ve had chance to properly look round one and see its swoopy new angles close-up. Is it...
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Walking in St Francis’ steps: when discovering beautiful Umbria leads you to an inner journey – World Meanderings (n°15)

Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny  Believers or not the amount of people setting off on a pilgrimage road is growing exponentially: over hikers walked to Santiago de...
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The over-valuation of the ‘supercar’ to sons of Russian oligarchs (and others) needs a rethink…

IAIN ROBERTSON   Despite prices ranging from around £90,000 to over £1,000,000, the sales success of the ‘supercar’ (and ‘hypercar’) cannot be overstated, suggests Iain Robertson, which makes his...
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