West Mids once led the automotive world and we can do again! says ANDY STREET | Express Comment | Comment

But change is also tangible in the attitude of local people, in a more confident and assertive West Midlands. People from this region offer quiet confidence and self-effacing humour in place of swagger and bluster – but they value hard work, encourage ambition and inspire ideas. We are seeing that strength of character now, as our region faces the challenges of the COVID-19. It has also been reflected at the

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Classic Car Tour to cruise old vehicles around to nursing homes Wednesday | Local News



Cruise Nite

Classic and collectible cars like this Mercedes-Benz 540k coupe replica will participate in the tour to assisted living facilities on Wednesday as part of Cruise Nite 2020. The tour starts at 5 p.m. and will travel to a least three city parks and about 15 assisted living facilities.




KEARNEY — As the leader of the Classic Car Tour to area

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GoCardless puts payments in motion for Brompton’s bike subscription service

Over the last year Brompton has seen an increase in demand for bikes. The pandemic has exaggerated this, with recent government data suggesting that cycling has increased by 300% during UK lockdown.

With the average UK household spending £552 a year on subscription services and consumer behaviour shifting away from direct ownership, Brompton saw an opportunity and launched Brompton Bike Hire during summer 2020. This new service enables customers to

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Army receives first Infantry Squad Vehicle in Michigan

Oct. 27 (UPI) — The U.S. Army received the first Infantry Squad Vehicle made by General Motors Defense Tuesday.

The vehicle, which the Army received at GM Proving Grounds in Milford, Mich., was the result of the first major contract GM Defense, a wholly-owned subsidiary of GM, has won since its formation since 2017.

GM Defense delivered the vehicle just 120 days after winning the $214.3 million contract to produce

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