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James Dyson to invest �2.5bn on 'radically different' electric car
James Dyson in an early Austin Mini car, which he considers to be a design classic. Photograph: Richard Saker for the Observer. Dyson Ltd.
Dyson to make electric cars from 2020  
Vacuum maker Dyson to launch electric car by 2020  
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Jaffa Cakes: McVitie's is reducing the size of a standard box from 12 to 10 cakes. Photograph: Clive Gee/PA. Food & drink industry.
The world's second-largest gem-quality diamond has been sold to a London jeweller for $53m (�39.5m). Laurence Graff, chairman of Graff Diamonds, bought the diamond privately after it failed to meet its reserve price at an auction last year.
Pubs are calling time on "wasteful" plastic drinking straws, which campaigners say are used only once yet take centuries to decompose.
The credit reference agency has been under fire for the past month after 143 million US customers had their data compromised. 17:11, UK, Tuesday 26 September 2017.
Thomas Cook expects the cost of holidays to popular destinations like Spain to rise next year as the pound is set to remain weak. The travel giant said it expects Spanish holiday costs to rise between 5 to 10 per cent, also as a result of a loss of ...

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