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13,000 catalytic converters stolen from UK cars
Wednesday 16th January 2019

Almost 13,000 catalytic convertors were stolen from vehicles in the past five years with more than 1,200 taken in 2017 alone, new statistics have revealed.

Tristan Shale-Hester, Auto Express, reports:


Cam Hardie, who has been among the winners since the turn of the year.
Monday 14th January 2019
Classic-winning trainer Jim Bolger took Ireland’s Fast Track Qualifier for the Mile Final on Good Friday while Simon Crisford unleashed a promising sprinter at Newcastle.
 
THEOBALD CLAIMS GOOD FRIDAY PLACE
 
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Innocent drivers hit by car cloning criminals
Monday 14th January 2019

A police spokesperson has implored manufacturers to do more to make number plate cloning more difficult to protect innocent motorists.

The RAC, reports:


Black cabs up to 30 times more polluting than cars
Friday 11th January 2019

New data has revealed that London black cabs emit up to 30 times the amount of Nitrogen Oxide than personal petrol cars of the same age.

Tristan Shale-Hester, Auto Express, reports:


Half a million complaints show scale of UK’s pothole pandemic
Wednesday 9th January 2019

Local authorities received over 500,000 pothole related complaints in 2017, accounting for a 44% increase in a two-year period.

The RAC reports:


Godolphin Introduce Smart Debutant at Newcastle
Monday 7th January 2019
William Haggas began the New Year by winning Wolverhampton’s Fast Track Qualifier for the £150,000 Fillies’ and Mares’ Final on Good Friday while veteran trainer David Elsworth can look forward to the 3YO Final after taking similar honours at Kempton Park.
 
HAGGAS F

UK car manufacturing falls by a fifth in “very concerning” downturn
Monday 7th January 2019

Just under 130,000 cars were produced in the UK in November, a fall of almost 20%, recent statistics have revealed.

Tristan Shale-Hester, Auto Express, reports:


EU agrees on 37.5% car emissions reduction target
Friday 4th January 2019

The EU has confirmed their goal to cut carbon emissions produced by cars by almost 40% in the next 10 years.

James Attwood, Autocar, reports:

The European Union has agreed to cut carbon emissions from cars by 37.5% within a decade.


Wissahickon gallops to victory in the Listed Quebec Stakes at Lingfield Park to put himself in the frame for the Group 3 Winter Derby.
Wednesday 2nd January 2019
One of last season’s sprinting stars came back with a bang on Boxing Day while champion trainer John Gosden unleashed a leading contender for the Winter Derby and a bargain buy from Ireland could be heading for Marathon glory ...
 
‘KACH’ ME IF YOU CAN!

No more smart motorways, say MPs
Wednesday 2nd January 2019

A campaign by MPs has urged for the development of smart motorways to be paused after safety concerns for motorists arose.

Tristan Shale-Hester, Auto Express, reports:


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