FI­ESTA IS THE BESTA!

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A RECORD num­ber of new cars were sold last month with the Ford Fi­esta the most pop­u­lar.

There were a to­tal of 462,517 regis­tra­tions in Septem­ber– 8.6 per cent more than the same month last year – said the So­ci­ety of Mo­tor Man­u­fac­tur­ers and Traders.

More than two mil­lion new cars have been sold since the start of the year, the best per­for­mance in more than a decade.

There was in­creased de­mand across all fuel types of ve­hi­cles and from pri­vate, fleet and busi­ness buy­ers.

A new num­ber plate means Septem­ber is tra­di­tion­ally one of the big­gest months of the year for car sales.

SMMT chief exec Mike STUNNED:

No kind words left an­gry Kris a wreck Hawes said: “The mar­ket reached pre-re­ces­sion lev­els some time ago.

“Cus­tomer de­mand for diesel re­mained strong, ac­count­ing for one in two regis­tra­tions.” MO­MAGER Kris Jen­ner has blasted Cait­lyn Jen­ner and told her to ‘go F**K HIM­SELF’.

The 59-year-old launched the foul-mouthed rant at her ex-hus­band, for­merly known as Bruce, af­ter read­ing her in­fa­mous cover story with glossy fash­ion mag Van­ity Fair.

Kris mar­ried Olympic gold medal­list Bruce in 1991 and the pair have two daugh­ters – Kylie, 18, and Kendall, 19.

But Kim Kar­dashian’s mum was left reel­ing when the trans­gen­der icon failed to say ANY kind words about his ex-wife in her first in­ter­view as Cait­lyn, which was pub­lished in June.

The head of the re­al­ity TV brood read the ar­ti­cle – which saw Cait­lyn un­veiled af­ter her tran­si­tion into life as a woman – and cried to eldest daugh­ter Kim, 34.

And the sharp-tongued mum-of-six even went so far as to say she wished she had never met the fa­ther of her two youngest chil­dren.

Kris said: “We had this great life! We had a great mar­riage, we had two great kids, we had a lot of fun. We raised ba­bies, we had birth­day par­ties. We trav­elled, we went to amaz­ing ski events.

“Not ONE nice word. It just sums up that I’m this piece of s*** per­son who is mean. He can go f*** him­self.

“I hon­estly wish I never met this man. I mean, just f*** you, Bruce.”

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