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  • Finance Firms to Spend More on Security as Concern over Cyber Crime Soars

    April 11, 2017

    “The rise of more than one third in the number of firms investing in cybersecurity in just 12 months suggests that financial firms are at last waking up to cyber-risks,” says former regulator Vaughan Edwards, now MD of independent regulatory consultancy MediusUK.com.   A number of banks have faced cyber attacks in…

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  • I often get asked about classy transport for Grooms to arrive at their weddings in style.

    The proliferation of classic car shows on TV and the massively popular Facebook groups have made people big fans of the sort of cars that are seldom seen outside of ‘invitation only’ events in Pebble Beach California or Amelia Island Florida. Stuff like the unique one-year-only ’63 Sting Ray and…

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  • Range Rover – Reborn!

    Launched in 1970, Land Rover’s Range Rover was designed with an ambitious goal in mind: to be as functional on-road as it was off-road. Early advertising referred to it as ‘a car for all reasons,’ and buyers agreed, making Range Rover a sales success that continues to this day. Early…

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  • Peugeot’s new 3008 SUV is Car of the Year

    I shall start with a warning. I hear that a gang of thieves are in the area, stealing clothes in size order. Police say they’re still at large. I told this to my mother, but she was only interested in complaining about prices. “£4.50 for a coffee and a biscuit,”…

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  • Hackers Cut Car’s Engine as it Drives

    In an earlier report I wondered if all the extra wifi tech in the latest cars would increase their vulnerability. Sadly that’s now happening; I see that a pair of ‘cybersecurity researchers’ have shown they can use the Internet to control a car engine as it drives, escalating the debate…

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  • The E-Type’s Back!

    Well, 10 E-Types, anyway. Called the Jaguar Classic E-Type Reborn initiative, prospective buyers will be able to purchase a restored classic Jaguar E-Type from the factory. You may remember that the historical arm of Jaguar built several examples of the E-Type Lightweights priced at £1m each, but they were technically…

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  • The E-Type’s Back!

    Well, 10 E-Types, anyway. Called the Jaguar Classic E-Type Reborn initiative, prospective buyers will be able to purchase a restored classic Jaguar E-Type from the factory. You may remember that the historical arm of Jaguar built several examples of the E-Type Lightweights priced at £1m each, but they were technically…

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  • Hackers Cut Car’s Engine as It Drives

      In an earlier report I wondered if all the extra wifi tech in the latest cars would increase their vulnerability. Sadly that’s now happening; I see that a pair of ‘cybersecurity researchers’ have shown they can use the Internet to control a car engine as it drives, escalating the…

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  • Peugeot’s new 3008 SUV is Car of the Year. McCann finds it a gripping experience…

    I shall start with a warning. I hear that a gang of thieves are in the area, stealing clothes in size order. Police say they’re still at large. I told this to my mother, but she was only interested in complaining about prices. “£4.50 for a coffee and a biscuit,”…

    Read more

  • I often get asked about classy transport for Grooms to arrive at their weddings in style.

    The proliferation of classic car shows on TV and the massively popular Facebook groups have made people big fans of the sort of cars that are seldom seen outside of ‘invitation only’ events in Pebble Beach California or Amelia Island Florida. Stuff like the unique one-year-only ’63 Sting Ray and…

    Read more