Evening Standard - November 08, 2022
Evening Standard - November 08, 2022
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November 08, 2022
KENDALL'S SISTER ACT FOR KIM AWARD
Kim calls for size equality’ as she picks up a fashion Oscar
GET GRIP ON RAIL CHAOS, BOSSES WARNED
AFTER FOUR DAYS OF DELAYS FOR STRIKES THAT NEVER HAPPENED...
Mental health 'emergency' facing next generation of Londoners
MANY young people are in the middle of an escalating mental health emergency and are “paralysed” by anxiety and fearful of the future, a landmark report warns today.
Philanthropist Evelyn de Rothschild dies aged 91
FINANCIER and philanthropist Sir Evelyn de Rothschild has died aged 91, according to a family statement.
Fence fire reignites neighbours' feud
We've been victims of harassment by pensioner for 25 years, claim couple
Minister warns that 'we are all sackable' in Williamson row
SIR GAVIN WILLIAMSON was told today that \"we are all sackable\" as he faced a growing battle to stay in the Government after a fresh bullying claim.
Biden: Our democracy and values are at risk
President’s warning as Republican party is tipped to take control of Congress
More delays on M25 as protesters climb on to gantries
JUST Stop Oil protesters caused major delays on the M25 today by climbing onto gantries to halt traffic in several places despite the threat of potential prison terms of up to 10 years.
£17m for MPs' food - but nothing for 800,000 children
Tom Kerridge talks to David Ellis about the effect of food poverty on school children, and why the Feed the Future drive matters
‘Forgotten muse’ Lydia still grateful to Picasso
Girl with ponytail: Lydia caught Picasso’s eye at 19
Russia builds dragon's teeth’ tank defences against Ukraine fight-back
Helping out: Ukrainian pensioners queue up for free soup, bread and hot food handed out at astandrunbya charity called Enjoying Life in Kyiv yesterday
Lamardelivers with arena show. like no other
Streets ahead: Kendrick Lamar is the first hip hop artist to close Glastonbury
Wimbledon changing their policy? About bloody time
Iconoclast: Serena Williams wearing bright underwear before it was banned
Starmer is breaking Leftist taboos in his deadly serious drive to win real power
Starmer is playing to a different, bigger, and more important audience that can give him an election victory
The state will pay anyone to look after your children - except you
There’s evidence that children in nurseries have higher levels of stress hormones than those who are at home
The all-inclusive resort reinvented
HOLIDAYS Despite conjuring images of Butlins camp misery, the all-in holiday has had a new luxe reinvention, says Juliana Piskorsz
Welcome to the new age of tweakments
Microtox is the latest South Korean beauty export a barely-there injectable that has a big impact, says Alexandra jones
From robot vacuums to smart mugs, technology can soup up your home and streamline everyday life. These home gadgets combine usefulness with an innovation factor, making them the perfect gifts this festive season.
India Reynolds, lingerie collection designer at Pour Moi and model, and Chelsea Mtada, founder of a sex and wellness newsletter Nightstand, share their tips on how to bag the ultimate gift for your partner this Christmas.
At this time of year, give the gift of festive cheer
\"Support Our Paras\" is the Parachute Regiment and Airborne Forces Charity that supports all Airborne soldiers, veterans, their families and the heritage of this unique and special Regiment.
Raise a glass
From riverside terraces to Japanese drinking dens and winter igloos, these nightlife offerings marry a Christmas atmosphere with festive tipples and carefully curated holiday menus.
Visit the Mayfair Christmas Market
From llam to 9pm on Thursday 24, Friday 25 and Saturday 26 November 2022
Food for all
With the cost of living crisis making people insecure about basic needs such as nourishment, now is an important time to lend a hand. We talk to Mary McGrath, CEO of FoodCycle, about how we can all help out.
Adda twist to your festive weekend escape at one of these exciting European theme parks.
Treason season at The National Archives
As the fireworks season and bonfire night pass for another year, a new free exhibition at The National Archives in Kew recounts the story of Guy Fawkes and his Gunpowder Plot companions, along with lesser known but equally compelling traitorous deeds.
Primark pledges to hold prices despite £1bn ABF inflation hit
PRIMARK'S owner ABF has taken a £1billion hit from rising costs, but has pledged not to pass them on to shoppers as its fights to keep its reputation as cheapest player on the high street.
Coca-Cola HBC is Jee after summer heatwave in Europe
Top bottles: the company has Swiss HQ
SHEFFIELD SATELLITE UN! HEADS TO NW2
SHEFFIELD Hallam University is to open a satellite London student campus for more than 600 students at the £8 billion Brent Cross Town development in north-west London.
WPP appoints Britvic's Wilson as its new CFO
Handover: Joanne Wilson joins WPP
Motor claims crank up pressure on Direct Line as Hilton Food also falls
Rising: Hammerson is big in Brick Lane
Retailers miss the chill factor as Winter warmers fail to sell
BRITAIN has basked in balmy temperatures over recent weeks during what has been a very warm autumn for the northern hemisphere as a whole.
Small changes offer big cuts to bills
THE cost of living crunch is here but while we can't control energy prices, small changes can add up to significant savings.
Passion play and unity is key to Arteta's Arsenal revolution
Project has taken time to gain momentum, but it now looks like the Gunners have lift-off
I've made progress but I'm ready to empty the tank in training to get back to the top'
AT THE age of 15, Andy Murray packed up from home in Dunblane and moved to Spain to pursue his tennis dream.
JONES: WE LET OUR FOCUS GO TO WORLD CUP
ENGLAND COACH TAKES THE BLAME FOR PUMAS LOSS AS HE SEEKS ANSWERS TO KNOCKOUT CONUNDRUM
Salt on standby as Malan remains an injury doubt for India semi-final
Waiting game: Phil Salt is likely to come in should Dawid Malan fail to recover
Wimbledon set to relax their rules on white underwear
WIMBLEDON its all-white looks set to change dress code on underwear for next year, after concerns raised by female players over their menstrual cycles, writes Matt Majendie.
Young Blues earn a Cup promotion
CHELSEA have promoted three academy players to their first-team squad ahead of tomorrow's Carabao Cup tie at Manchester City.
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