Vero has the potential to be the next big player in social media. We're bored of advertising, algorithms and being forced to look at the content we're not interested in on Facebook and Instagram. It's time for a shakeup. Is Vero (True Social) the answer?

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Cycle Republic have conducted a survey of 500 cyclists in the UK to find out why they ride, how safe they feel and how well equipped they are. Click through for more

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I've always loved the concept of driving from a young age - Here are 5 reasons why I love my simplistic car. Click through for embarassing photos of me as a child.

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