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Dyson walks away from electric cars

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Dyson walks away from electric cars

Malmesbury-based Dyson is walking away from its plans to become a manufacturer of electric cars.

Work started on the £2bn project at the firm's Malmesbury headquarters and Hullavington facility in 2016, with half the budget dedicated to designing an electric car for the mass market, and the other half to

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Expanding financial services firm celebrates 20 years in business

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Expanding financial services firm celebrates 20 years in business

Expanding financial services firm Chilvester is celebrating 20 years in business.

Established in Calne in 1999, the Independent Financial Adviser has grown to offer business and private clients a range of services.

Now employing 18 people the firm offers expertise in pensions, tax planning, savings and investments, later life planning,

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Expert opinion: When it comes to moving home, get streets ahead – choose a high street solicitor

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Expert opinion: When it comes to moving home, get streets ahead – choose a high street solicitor

We all use the internet for so many different things: buying our groceries, shopping for clothes or even house hunting.

But when you consider that buying your home is likely to be the biggest investment you make in your lifetime, you need to be certain to instruct a property lawyer

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Growth summit: Rough Guide publishes A4 touring route and Swindon to get funky new visitor app

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Growth summit: Rough Guide publishes A4 touring route and Swindon to get funky new visitor app

Travel guidebook publisher Rough Guide has launched a guide to the Great West Way – a 'destination' route through Wiltshire designed to rival America's famous Route 66.

The 125-mile rail, road and canal route between London and Bristol was launched back in November by destination organisation Visit Wiltshire.

David Andrews

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