An electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer backed by Amazon and Ford is in talks with ministers about building a giant factory in the UK that could include a big state support package. Sky News has learnt that Rivian, which is also backed by the Ford Motor Company and many of the biggest investors in Silicon Valley, has been in secret negotiations with the British government for weeks about the construction of a plant near Bristol.
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LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) -French carmaker Renault said on Friday it expected to deliver a full-year 2021 profit even as a global shortage in semiconductor chips and rising raw material costs crimped production. Renault said it now expected the chip shortage to lead to a production loss of 200,000 units this year, doubling its previous forecast. The carmaker, which has been focusing more on its most profitable models, reported a return to half-year net profit after a hefty loss a year ago, crediting rising car sales and its pricing efforts.
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A cramped bed, angry car drivers and rain lashing noisily on the roof – nothing could dampen the enthusiasm of Paul Merton and his wife, Suki Webster, for their maiden holiday in a home on wheels. The couple filmed six episodes of Motorhoming with Merton & Webster, which starts on Friday. They join tens of thousands of motorhome and campervan owners taking to the road this summer in a staycation boom sparked by the pandemic. Despite a lack of sleep, bashing the door mirrors and at one point lock