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"10.12.2016 18:18:00" standard.co.uk Man arrested at London Stansted Airport on suspicion of terror offence A man has been arrested on suspicion of a terror offence at Stansted Airport. The 41-year-old was arrested under the Terrorism Act 2006 after arriving at the airport on Friday. The arrest is related to suspected travel to Syria, according to the Met The arrest is related to suspected travel to Syria
"10.12.2016 17:45:00" standard.co.uk 'Fed-up' commuters call on Prime Minister to end Southern rail misery A group of "fed up" train passengers have called on the Prime Minister to meet with union leaders in a bid to end their travel misery. An open letter on behalf of people who use Southern Rail and Thameslink services said the ongoing disruption causes the The letter to Theresa May comes as members of drivers' union Aslef are set to stage three days of strikes next week which will halt all Southern Railway's services
"10.12.2016 17:20:00" standard.co.uk Merry Santas take over London in raucous Santacon parades A legion of Santas ran riot in London's streets today as the festive pub crawl 'Santacon' returned to the capital. Hundreds of revellers donned furry red suits and white-trimmed hats for the raucous parades through streets and parks across London. Five Seen any Santas in London today?
"10.12.2016 16:48:54" standard.co.uk Louis Tomlinson thanks fans for support after mother's death aged 43 One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has thanked fans for their support following the death of his mother ahead of his performance in her memory on The X Factor. Johannah Deakin, 43, died on Wednesday after a battle with leukaemia and tonight Tomlinson will He will perform in her memory on the X Factor final tonight
"10.12.2016 16:05:06" standard.co.uk Tube worker 'caught watching pornography by shocked passenger' An investigation has been launched after a London Underground worker was allegedly spotted watching pornography on a computer tablet as he supervised a busy platform. The Tube worker was seen by a commuter watching the X-rated video in a booth as He was allegedly watching the video as he supervised a busy platform
"10.12.2016 15:38:43" standard.co.uk Food writer AA Gill dies weeks after revealing cancer diagnosis Award-winning food writer AA Gill has died after revealing he was ravaged by cancer. The critic, 62, wrote in the Sunday Times in November: “I've got an embarrassment of cancer, the full English. "There is barely a morsel of offal not included. I have a Just three weeks earlier, he wrote: "I've got an embarrassment of cancer, the full English. There is barely a morsel of offal not included."
"10.12.2016 14:52:54" Standard Sport Arsenal will go top of the league if they win by a two-goal margin today. Follow the action LIVE!
"10.12.2016 14:29:55" standard.co.uk Moment thug breaks policeman's jaw in two places in shocking attack This is the shocking moment a thug attacks a police officer before running away and then facing down one of his victim's colleagues in a "despicable" late night attack. As one man is led to a police van in handcuffs, the burly thug is seen approaching "Despicable"
"10.12.2016 14:00:25" standard.co.uk Grandfather ends life at Dignitas after call for assisted dying reform A grandfather called on UK legislators to allow assisted dying before ending his own life at Dignitas. Advanced multiple sclerosis sufferer Andrew Barclay, 65, died on Thursday after taking a lethal dose of drugs in an apartment near Zurich having "There are still genuine moments of happiness. But they no longer outweigh a life in which every single day is a struggle from start to end. So I have made this decision."
"10.12.2016 13:54:22" standard.co.uk This gay Indian couple have made a photo book of LGBT people in Delhi Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh respond to recriminalisation of homosexuality The London-based artists compare India's recriminalisation of homosexuality to 'post-Brexit here, or post-Trump in the US'.
"10.12.2016 13:16:38" standard.co.uk Streets submerged as severe flooding wreaks havoc in south-east London Severe flooding sparked by a burst water main has hit homes and businesses in a south London suburb. Dramatic images and video shared on social media showed torrents of water flowing down the street in Blackheath after the pipe ruptured on Saturday Fire services have been deployed to carry people to safety
"10.12.2016 12:30:13" standard.co.uk Mass brawl erupts inside pub at packed central London station A mass brawl between at least eight men broke out in a pub in a packed London station, witnesses said. Shattered glass was left strewn across the floor in the Merchant of Bishopsgate pub in Liverpool Street station after the violence erupted on Friday Bloodied men wrestled on the floor and threw punches during the "old school bar brawl"
"10.12.2016 11:54:35" standard.co.uk Moment man led away by police amid fighting during Southern rail chaos This is the moment a furious commuter was led away by police after a fight broke out amid Southern rail chaos at Victoria station. Chaotic scenes unfolded at the station late on Thursday night after passengers grew frustrated by delays caused by the rail It came after commuters spontaneously chanted "trains" during the chaos at Victoria station
"10.12.2016 11:37:53" standard.co.uk Mic picks up Jeremy Corbyn remarks after speech disrupted by activists Anti-war activists protesting Labour's response to the Syria crisis interrupted a speech being given by Jeremy Corbyn. The Labour leader watched on awkwardly as campaigner Peter Tatchell disrupted the speech with banners demanding aid is immediately Awkward.
"10.12.2016 11:00:09" standard.co.uk Andrew Sachs' widow: Ross and Brand's prank calls tore my family apart The widow of actor Andrew Sachs has claimed the “filthy minds and cruel jibes” of Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross made him ill and tore her family apart. Melody Sachs, 83, who lost her husband recently after a dementia battle, said the pair targeted him "My husband was a gentleman. He would never have stooped to their level.”
"10.12.2016 10:28:58" standard.co.uk Tube passenger 'threatened for challenging men's lewd remarks' A young man claimed three men threatened to “knock him out” on the Tube after he challenged them over their lewd remarks to young women. Ed Higgs, 23, said he “snapped” after the men allegedly targeted women dressed up on nights out as he rode the He said he “snapped” after the men allegedly targeted women dressed up on nights out
"10.12.2016 09:59:37" standard.co.uk Two men caught in minicab bringing haul of guns into London are jailed Two men who were caught in a minicab attempting to bring a haul of guns into London have been jailed. Tyron Myers-Kerr and Bradley Soro, both 22, were stopped by armed police as they travelled in a minicab along the A1 Barnet Bypass. Officers searched Behind bars:
"10.12.2016 09:58:24" standard.co.uk Hugh Grant gives hilarious acceptance speech at ES Film Awards Hugh Grant had his audience in fits of laughter during his winner's speech "I'm grateful to Meryl for not having a tantrum on the first day and demanding Daniel Day-Lewis or something..."
"10.12.2016 09:27:16" standard.co.uk Four killed after train explodes and derails Breaking:
"10.12.2016 09:04:40" standard.co.uk Michael Gove: Theresa May was right to sack me "I would have sacked me too."
"10.12.2016 08:35:10" standard.co.uk British Airways flight crew held-up at gunpoint by armed robber A British Airways flight crew were held-up at gunpoint by an armed robber in the Brazilian city of Rio. Air steward Michael Nicholas, 45, said he was walking back to a hotel from a barbecue with 10 other colleagues when the gunman pounced. "One of our crew had a gun held to his face"
"10.12.2016 08:06:59" standard.co.uk Sexism row over football club's strip-tease fundraising plan A London football club was embroiled in a sexism row over plans for a "gentlemen's night" fundraiser featuring a strip show. Amateur side Barking FC faced criticism from women's rights activists and politicians for the £40 per head evening. Adverts “This extraordinary flyer is not just 'harmless fun'".
"10.12.2016 07:48:11" standard.co.uk Campaigners vow to BLOCK £50m Holocaust memorial near Parliament Campaigners have pledged to block a £50 million national Holocaust memorial from being built next to Parliament. Skyline Campaign activists revealed talks had taken place with the UK Holocaust Memorial Foundation over an idea to shift the planned monument Campaigners have pledged to block a £50 million national Holocaust memorial from being built next to Parliament.
"10.12.2016 07:29:48" standard.co.uk Hunting axed in Epping Forest after outcry over 'disembowelled' deer A controversial scheme allowing deer-hunting at Epping Forest has been axed after claims from critics that they saw animals being “disembowelled”. Nearly 5,000 people signed a petition in less than a week against the City of London Corporation's decision Critics said deer had been "disembowelled" during the scheme
"09.12.2016 22:18:00" standard.co.uk Times journalist 'being deported from Kenya after airport detention' A Times journalist claims he is being deported by Kenyan authorities after he was detained at Nairobi airport "without explanation". Jerome Starkey, the newspaper's Africa correspondent, said he was arrested at Nairobi airport on Thursday and held He is being deported from the country after more than 24 hours in detention without access to a lawyer
"09.12.2016 21:59:45" standard.co.uk Tube pervert used homemade camera to film up skirts of 34 commuters A Tube pervert has been handed a suspended sentence after using a homemade camera hidden in a glasses case to film up the skirts of 34 women. Martin Seaman roamed the Underground system, placing his camera between women's legs to snap the filthy footage. He used a bizarre homemade device hidden in a glasses case
"09.12.2016 21:43:00" standard.co.uk 'Heathrow expansion will cause travel chaos in west London' The Heathrow airport expansion could cause travel chaos in west London, the Deputy Mayor for Transport has warned. Speaking at the London Assembly Committee on Transport this week, Val Shawcross said proposed Crossrail links and a planned upgrade to the Public transport networks will be expected to cope with over 300,000 travellers a day
"09.12.2016 21:13:28" standard.co.uk RSPCA rescues sheep with traffic cone stuck on its head A distressed sheep had to be rescued after getting a traffic cone stuck on her... We've all been there
"09.12.2016 20:46:59" standard.co.uk Boris turns on charm to Arab leaders after Saudi comments Boris Johnson tried to turn on the charm in a speech to Arab leaders, just days after blasting ally Saudi Arabia for being behind “proxy wars”. The Foreign Secretary emphasised the strength of British relations with Gulf nations but failed to directly Awkward...
"09.12.2016 20:23:00" standard.co.uk Police hunt lone hooded gunman after man murdered in street Police say they are hunting a lone, hooded gunman who shot dead a young man while he was out with relatives near a busy high street. The victim, named locally as Yasir, was helped by shocked passers-by until scores of police arrived at around 5.20pm on Friends say the victim had survived a previous stabbing last year
"09.12.2016 20:00:00" standard.co.uk Toilet charges axed at stations after rail chaos Charges to use toilets at two major London stations have been scrapped to... What a relief
"09.12.2016 19:40:00" standard.co.uk Blind man 'robbed after bank card is snatched at Angel Tube station' A blind man was robbed of £450 after his bank card was snatched at a busy Tube station, police said. The partially sighted victim was using a cash machine at Angel station when a man interrupted him from behind and told him to re-enter his pin number so Heartless
"09.12.2016 19:20:00" standard.co.uk Negotiators to offer Brits option to retain EU status after Brexit Plans to allow UK nationals to retain their EU citizenship after Brexit will form part of the European Parliament's negotiating position, it has been revealed. The "associate citizenship" status would give those who adopt it the right of freedom of If you want, you may get to stay in after all...
"09.12.2016 19:00:01" standard.co.uk Football fans banned from matches after violent brawl outside City pub Football fans who bragged via WhatsApp and texts after a savage brawl outside a City pub have been banned from attending matches. Violence flared between Queens Park Rangers and Leyton Orient fans in August last year when “football banter” escalated into Messages sent from one boasting fan told how he “smashed a glass in a geezers face” and how “one geezer was knocked clean out”.
"09.12.2016 18:40:02" standard.co.uk Choudary supporter who shared Isis propaganda on Facebook jailed A supporter of hate preacher Anjem Choudary who posted a propaganda video on Facebook glorifying Islamic State has been jailed for two years. Abdul Hamid, 31, was a committed extremist who branded moderate Muslims as “sell-outs” and called for them to be He said moderate Muslims were cockroaches who should be "exterminated"
"09.12.2016 18:13:34" standard.co.uk Duke of York denies rift with Charles over daughters' royal roles The Duke of York has strenuously denied rumours of a rift between him and the Prince of Wales over his daughters' public roles in a strongly-worded statement. Making a rare public rebuttal, Andrew posted a link on Twitter in response to recent rumours It comes after the Duchess of York urged people to "stop bullying" the princesses
"09.12.2016 18:01:16" standard.co.uk Superhero funeral for teen who killed himself after years of bullying Funeral mourners dressed up as superheroes as family and friends paid tribute to a teenager comic fan who took his own life after being bullied. Teenager Arthur Peebles committed suicide on November 1 after years of torment and mental health problems. His "He loved his superheroes - that was his world. He was a superhero to us and we wanted to give him the send-off he deserves."
"09.12.2016 17:40:01" standard.co.uk Mum praised for bravery in fighting off dog attack on children A mother has been praised for her bravery after fighting off a dog that attacked her two sons, leaving the eldest boy dead. Jade Rogers was at home alone with four-month-old Archie Joe Darby and his brother, Daniel-Jay, who turns two this weekend, when She could only save one of her children from the family pet
"09.12.2016 17:20:00" standard.co.uk Southern Rail owners launch fresh bid to avert drivers' strike action The owners of Southern Rail have appealed against a High Court ruling which refused an injunction to prevent strike action by drivers. Southern services are set to be crippled next week when Aslef workers stage walkouts over three days. Govia Thameslink The saga keeps running (even if the trains don't)
"09.12.2016 17:00:01" standard.co.uk Zayn Malik and Cheryl lead tributes to Louis Tomlinson's mother Zayn Malik has paid tribute to Louis Tomlinson's mother, who has died aged 42. Johannah Deakin, who worked as a midwife, died in the early hours of Wednesday morning. "My heart breaks for you"
"09.12.2016 16:39:00" standard.co.uk Burglars snatched high value cars from upmarket homes in south London Two "prolific" thieves who snatched dozens of high-performance vehicles from upmarket homes have been jailed for eight years. Nathan Dale, 30, of East Ham and Jordan McKenzie-Pryce, 31 of Streatham swiped BMWs, Audis and Porsches after they raided 26 They swiped BMWs, Audis and Porsches
"09.12.2016 16:15:49" standard.co.uk Duchess of York in plea to 'stop bullying Beatrice and Eugenie' The Duchess of York has pleaded with people to "stop bullying” her daughters Beatrice and Eugenie during a visit to London. She was speaking as her daughters became patrons of the Teenage Cancer Trust, calling their "hard work" an example of "good "Stop bullying the York family, please."
"09.12.2016 15:50:47" standard.co.uk Terror suspect arrested after police find Isis flag and AK-47 Dutch police have arrested a man on suspicion of planning a terror attack after finding a Kalashnikov AK-47 rival and image of an Isis flag at his home. Officers in Rotterdam took the 30-year-old into custody after discovering the deadly assault weapon Police say he is suspected of planning a terrorist attack
"09.12.2016 15:04:51" standard.co.uk Really British shopkeeper accused of racism receives worldwide support The north London shopkeeper accused of racism for selling British-themed gifts says he has received messages of support from all over the world. Owner Chris Ostwald, who runs Really British in Muswell Hill, was accused of being racist and said local The owner also wants to expand and open more branches:
"09.12.2016 14:30:00" standard.co.uk Passenger jet in 'near-miss' with drone above London A drone the size of a football was flown just 20 metres from a passenger jet… It flew just 20 metres from the plane's wing
"09.12.2016 13:59:00" standard.co.uk David Cameron predicts new euro crisis and blames Brexit on 'populism' David Cameron warned today that the euro could be plunged back into crisis and also told how he believes the Brexit vote was lost due to a rise in “populism” driven by economic and cultural identity concerns. Speaking to students at Depauw University in He was speaking to students in Indiana
"09.12.2016 13:30:23" standard.co.uk Bogus builders con 'vulnerable' woman out of thousands of pounds A pair of “callous” crooks conned a woman with learning difficulties out of more than £5,000 by pretending to be builders. The men, aged between 30 and 50 years old, visited the vulnerable woman at her home in Walthamstow on August 11 and told her she The victim was harassed with daily phone calls
"09.12.2016 13:16:09" Evening Standard - Going Out Catch up on all the happenings from our British Film Awards last night
"09.12.2016 13:05:36" Evening Standard - Lifestyle Escape London's crowds this year...
"09.12.2016 12:54:33" standard.co.uk Six police officers killed in bombing near Egyptian pyramids Six police officers have been killed and three wounded in a bomb explosion near pyramids in Egypt. Four bystanders were also hurt in the blast, which targeted a security checkpoint in the country's capital Cairo on Friday. It is the deadliest attack on Reports suggest two police cars were targeted
"09.12.2016 12:22:25" standard.co.uk Pictured: young man shot dead in Kilburn while walking with relatives A young man died after being gunned down in front of horrified shoppers in Kilburn as he crossed a busy high street. Witnesses described how the victim, aged in his early 20s, staggered to the pavement and collapsed outside a cafe after being shot in the The victim, named locally as Yasir, was shot dead in Kilburn yesterday afternoon:
"09.12.2016 11:49:00" standard.co.uk Schoolboy reviews London chicken shops in search of 'pengest munch' A London schoolboy has shot to internet fame after recording his trips to fried chicken shops in search of the capital's "pengest munch". The teen, known as The Chicken Connoisseur, visits fast-food restaurants around the city and gives suprisingly He describes himself as 'a food critic for mandem who care to know what the finest chicken restaurants in London are'
"09.12.2016 11:24:25" standard.co.uk Mayor could scrap 'ladies and gentleman' from Tube announcements London Mayor Sadiq Khan is looking to scrap “ladies and gentlemen” from bus and Tube announcements after a transgender woman claims she was ridiculed by transport staff. Aimee Challenor, 19, was on the phone to Transport for London's Oyster helpline when Mayor looks to scrap 'ladies and gentlemen' from transport announcements to boost transgender awareness:
"09.12.2016 11:19:28" standard.co.uk Revealed: average speed of London traffic is just 7.8mph The full scale of the gridlock blighting central London's roads was laid bare today as average traffic speeds fell to just 7.8mph. The extraordinary figure - one of the lowest recorded in the last decade - emerged as motorists were today warned of four Traffic in London 'as slow as horse and cart'
"09.12.2016 10:52:26" standard.co.uk Sadiq Khan: Southern Rail is 'a total disgrace' Sadiq Khan branded Southern Rail “a total disgrace” today as he urged the unions to cancel next week's strikes on the crippled commuter network. But the Mayor also criticised the Government for “washing their hands of the crisis” and inflicting yet more The Mayor has called the company 'a total disgrace' and called for an end to strikes
"09.12.2016 10:43:29" standard.co.uk Sadiq Khan hails London 'global capital of filmmaking' Sadiq Khan praised London as a global capital of filmmaking as he said 50… Around 50 films are made in the capital every day
"09.12.2016 10:24:00" standard.co.uk Police face payout over botched axe murder investigation Scotland Yard may be forced to payout millions of pounds to former suspects following a botched investigation after a man was killed with an axe in south-east London. Private detective Daniel Morgan was found with the weapon lodged in his head in the car The 30-year-old case has been plagued by a series of failed inquiries
"09.12.2016 09:58:12" standard.co.uk Barack Obama: 'I have absolutely faced racism during presidency' President Barack Obama said that he has “absolutely” faced racism during his two terms in the White House. The outgoing Commander-in-Chief said that to some Americans he is seen as “foreign.” In a clear dig at his Oval Office successor Donald Trump, he The outgoing Commander-in-Chief said that to some Americans he is seen as “foreign.”
"09.12.2016 09:53:00" standard.co.uk Calls for speed limit inquiry after 1 million caught speeding in 2015 The AA has called for an inquiry into “inconsistent” speed limits after almost one million people were caught speeding last year. Speeding offences have risen by more than 16 per cent -130,000 - in the past two years, according to new figures from the The AA have blamed 'inconsistent speed limits' for a spike in offences
"09.12.2016 09:43:27" standard.co.uk Teenager stabbed to death in Acton was Calais Jungle child refugee A teenager stabbed to death outside a London halls of residence was a former child refugee who spent time in the Calais “Jungle” camp, friends said today. Khalid Safi, 18, was attacked near the entrance to the University of Arts London's block in Acton Khalid Safi settled in the UK around five years ago after spending several weeks in the “Jungle” refugee camp in Calais, say friends
"09.12.2016 09:30:00" standard.co.uk Monarch Airlines scraps credit card booking fees Monarch Airlines is to scrap fees for customers booking by credit card... The move is set to make flights cheaper
"09.12.2016 09:12:50" standard.co.uk Revellers to enjoy 360-view of New Year's fireworks from home Revellers watching the spectacular New Year's Eve fireworks at home will be able to enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of the display for the first time. Millions of people tune in to watch the display live on BBC One every year as part of New Year's Sadiq Khan:'I know this year's show will be the most exciting yet, bringing a fantastic end to the year'
"09.12.2016 08:32:09" standard.co.uk Schoolgirl risks death by crossing tracks at Latimer Road Tube station This is the dramatic moment a child in her school uniform skips across Tube tracks carrying 630 volts which could have killed her in an instant. Seemingly oblivious to the electric current or any oncoming trains she carries a mobile in her right hand and The girl risks her life by crossing Tube tracks carrying 630 volts of electricity.
"09.12.2016 08:22:00" standard.co.uk Met police 'one of the best forces for keeping bobbies on the beat' London's Met Police is one of the best forces for keeping bobbies on the beat, new figures have revealed. A UK-wide survey showed Scotland Yard is one of the top forces in the country for spotting police patrolling the street – but other areas of the UK In London 18 per cent of residents have not seen an officer on patrol in over a year, one of the best figures in the country
"09.12.2016 08:00:26" standard.co.uk Three London boroughs among UK's worst places for drug abuse Three London boroughs are among the ten worst places in the UK for drugs, it has been revealed. Islington, Camden and Tower Hamlets were found to have some of the biggest drug problems in the country, based on people dying or being taken to hospital. The study was based on the number of drug-related deaths and hospital admissions
"09.12.2016 07:41:30" standard.co.uk Police hunt men over bike raids at east London underground car park Police are hunting two men who broke into an underground car park in east London and left on two stolen bikes. Officers want to trace the pair after a string of bike thefts at Sargasso Court in Tower Hamlets. A shaven-headed man in the footage, wearing a Do you recognise these men?
"09.12.2016 07:08:07" standard.co.uk Kilburn victim 'was stabbed last year and wanted to change his life' A young man shot dead in front of horrified shoppers in Kilburn was stabbed last year and had been trying to turn his life around, it emerged today. The victim is said to have been trying to turn his life around after recovering from a stabbing last year:
"09.12.2016 07:07:17" standard.co.uk Actor Judge Reinhold arrested at Dallas airport American actor Judge Reinhold has been arrested after clashing with police... He could face a $500 fine
"08.12.2016 23:52:21" www.standard.co.uk Evening Standard Film Awards: Kate Beckinsale and Hugh Grant crowned Kate Beckinsale and Hugh Grant have taken top honours at this year's Evening Standard British Film Awards, being crowned best actress and actor at a star-studded ceremony in Claridge's. The awards, hosted by IT Crowd star, comedian and director Richard All the winners from the #ESFilmAwards!
"08.12.2016 22:00:00" standard.co.uk Southern commuters warned disruption will continue after walkout ends Long-suffering Southern Railway commuters are facing days of further chaos on the railways even after this week's strike ends. A current strike on the railway line ends this evening but the company has warned disruption will continue on Friday, over the Even after this week's strike ends, long-suffering Southern Railway commuters face days of further chaos
"08.12.2016 21:15:00" standard.co.uk First American astronaut to orbit Earth dies aged 95 John Glenn, the first American astronaut to orbit the Earth, has died aged 95. The former NASA astronaut, who went on to become the Democratic Senator of Ohio, died at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus. On February 20, 1972, Mr He went on to become the Democratic Senator of Ohio
"08.12.2016 21:11:20" standard.co.uk Guests arrive in style for the Evening Standard British Film Awards The great and good of the British film industry stepped out in style this evening for the Evening Standard's British Film Awards ceremony. Held at London's prestigious Claridge's hotel, the event saw stars from the fashion industry, politics and The glittering ceremony is being held at London's prestigious Claridge's hotel
"08.12.2016 21:00:59" standard.co.uk Residents' shock as young man gunned down outside cafe Residents have spoken of their shock after a young man was gunned down outside a café in a north London high street. The man, believed to be in his early 20s, was shot in Kilburn High Road at around 5.20pm on Thursday. Photos showed paramedics battling to Residents have spoken of their shock after a young man was gunned down outside a cafe in a north London high street
"08.12.2016 20:28:57" standard.co.uk Theresa May switches on Downing Street Christmas lights Theresa May switched on the Downing Street Christmas lights for the first time as Prime Minister this evening. She was joined by the three school girls whose designs were chosen for her official Christmas cards. Children from the Eliot Bank primary school It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
"08.12.2016 19:41:02" standard.co.uk Tsunami warning after huge earthquake hits Solomon Islands A tsunami warning has been issued after a magnitude 7.7 earthquake struck the Solomon Islands. The quake hit soon after 5.30pm (GMT) with the epicentre off the coast of Makira Island, which has a population of around 10,000. The Pacific Tsunami Warning A magnitude 7.7 earthquake has struck the islands
"08.12.2016 18:40:11" standard.co.uk Police descend on high street after man shot outside north London cafe A man has been shot in the middle of a busy north London high street outside a popular cafe. Police descended on Kilburn High Road at 5.20pm on Thursday after reports of the shooting. Witnesses reported seeing armed officers and up to 10 police cars Breaking
"08.12.2016 18:15:00" standard.co.uk The Apprentice team get tipsy on gin task - and miss 19 urgent phone calls There are only six candidates left on The Apprentice 2016s – but they're still providing plenty of cringe-worthy mistakes. The latest task sees Lord Sugar challenge the teams to devise and market a new gin brand. Cue the hopefuls getting tipsy as they There are only six candidates left – but they're still providing plenty of cringe-worthy mistakes.
"08.12.2016 17:52:00" standard.co.uk Marco Pierre White Jr sentenced for credit card fraud The son of celebrity chef Marco Pierre White has been ordered to carry out unpaid work after fraudulently racking up thousands of pounds on his ex-girlfriend's bank card. Former Big Brother contestant Marco Pierre White Jr, 21, admitted making a "high The celebrity chef's son racked up thousands of pounds on his ex-girlfriend's bank card
"08.12.2016 17:30:00" standard.co.uk MP Michelle Thomson reveals rape at age 14 An MP reduced colleagues to tears today after giving a powerful Commons speech revealing she was raped at the age of 14. Other politicians were visibly moved and comforted Michelle Thomson, the independent MP for Edinburgh West, after she told them: “I'm 'I'm not a victim, I'm a survivor'
"08.12.2016 17:14:07" standard.co.uk Theresa May unveils 2016 Christmas cards designed by schoolchildren Theresa May has unveiled her official Downing Street Christmas cards for 2016 – but there's a twist. The Prime Minister has broken with tradition and chosen three separate designs by schoolchildren in her constituency of Maidenhead. Jade Winsor, 11, It's a big change from David Cameron's family photo outside Number 10 last year
"08.12.2016 16:35:00" standard.co.uk Spike in sexually transmitted diseases among 50 to 70-year-olds Rising divorce rates have been blamed for a marked spike in sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among 50 to 70-year-olds. A new report found the number of STIs in the baby-boomer generation has risen by more than a third over the last few years. Chief The number of STIs among the baby-boomer generation has risen by more than a third over the last few years
"08.12.2016 16:12:34" standard.co.uk London pub becomes internet sensation over free Christmas dinner offer A south London pub has become an internet sensation after offering a full turkey dinner and beer to anyone alone on Christmas Day. The Alexandra's gesture was hailed as “fabulous”, “brilliant” and “what Christmas is all about” by a legion of hugely "It's what Christmas is all about"
"08.12.2016 15:52:49" standard.co.uk Sir Mick Jagger becomes dad again, aged 73 Rolling Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger has become a father again at the age of 73, his publicist confirmed. The child – Jagger's eighth – is his first with 29-year-old ballerina Melanie Hamrick. Jagger already has seven children – Georgia, James, Jade, He will be 83 when his kid turns ten
"08.12.2016 15:19:18" standard.co.uk Neo-Nazi troll who subjected MP Luciana Berger to 'vile' abuse jailed A neo-Nazi extremist who subjected MP Luciana Berger to a “vitriolic” campaign of anti-Semitic abuse online has been jailed. He was found guilty by a jury yesterday
"08.12.2016 14:46:04" Evening Standard - Going Out Sorry about the technical hitch, but we are now back with Michael Ball OBE and Alfie Boe. We're live with Michael Ball OBE and Alfie Boe ahead of their show tonight at the Eventim Apollo.
"08.12.2016 14:42:47" standard.co.uk Female cyclist fighting for life after being hit by van in Southwark A female cyclist is fighting for life in hospital after being hit by van in Southwark. The woman, whose age is not yet known, was rushed to an east London hospital after being struck in Southwark Bridge Road just after 11.15am on Thursday. She remains in She has suffered life-changing injuries
"08.12.2016 13:55:57" standard.co.uk Why Sri Lanka's second city should be on your winter sun bucket list Marco Polo described Sri Lanka as the finest island of its size in the world - and with good reason too. This balmy paradise, balancing just above the equator, is enjoying a major tourism boom right now - thanks to its misty mountains, palm-fringed shores Sri Lanka is having a moment, but Galle is still firmly under the radar for many tourists
"08.12.2016 13:20:00" Young and homeless: Monique's Story 'Centrepoint helped me go from sofa-surfing to a world powerlifting champion'
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"08.12.2016 13:19:19" standard.co.uk Girl, 8, fighting for life after 'being stabbed' in Edinburgh An eight-year-old girl is fighting for her life in hospital after allegedly being stabbed in Edinburgh. Police in Scotland were called to an address in the early hours of Wednesday morning and found the schoolgirl seriously hurt. A 48-year-old woman was A 48-year-old woman was also found injured
"08.12.2016 13:18:07" standard.co.uk Kingston Council made £525,000 in a WEEK from new traffic restriction A London council has made over £500,000 in just one week from a new traffic restriction. Temporary bollards and signposts went up on earlier this year as part of a trial traffic-calming measure for a proposed cycling route. But a letter sent to This traffic restriction in Kingston raised £525,000 in a week
"08.12.2016 13:00:40" standard.co.uk Theresa May slaps down Boris after he accuses Saudis of 'proxy wars' Theresa May slapped down Boris Johnson today for accusing Saudi Arabia of “puppeteering and playing proxy wars” in the Middle East. Downing Street said the Foreign Secretary's remarks were his own and did not reflect government policy towards Saudi Downing Street said the Foreign Secretary's remarks were his own and did not reflect government policy:
"08.12.2016 12:50:54" standard.co.uk Sadiq Khan outlines plans to save TfL £3bn in four years The Mayor of London has outlined plans to save more than £3 billion in the… Plans include extending the Bakerloo line earlier than expected
"08.12.2016 12:07:50" standard.co.uk Shocking moment driver backs into market stall injuring a pedestrian This is the shocking moment a driver backed into a market stall in Bethal Green, leaving a pedestrian injured. A blue convertible sports car can be seen reversing down the Bethnal Green road in east London before smashing into the roadside stall. The car The market stall on Bethnal Green Road was completely flattened and a pedestrian injured:
"08.12.2016 11:34:31" standard.co.uk Woman hit by bus in Shepherd's Bush Emergency services have raced to a busy road in Shepherd's Bush after... A pedestrian has been hit by a bus
"08.12.2016 11:11:40" standard.co.uk 'Drunk drivers who kill could face automatic jail terms' The parents of a young London graduate killed by a drink-driver have... They believe those who kill should spend at least one night behind bars 'to reflect on the devastation they have caused'
"08.12.2016 10:44:00" standard.co.uk Heartbroken family's tribute to 'adventurous' Oxford ski trip student The heartbroken family of an Oxford student who died during a Varsity skiing trip have said: "he is resting at peace in the mountains”. History undergraduate Matt Smith, 21, was found dead in his bedroom during a trip to Val Thorens in the French Alps on 'He seemed to capture the hearts of whomever he met'
"08.12.2016 10:35:38" standard.co.uk Marine Le Pen calls for an end to free education for foreign children French far-right leader Marine Le Pen has said she would end free education for foreign children in France if she becomes president next year. In a speech in Paris, the National Front candidate for the 2017 presidential election said: “I have nothing Marine Le Pen has said she would end free education for foreign children in France if she becomes president next year.
"08.12.2016 10:18:10" standard.co.uk West Ham fan 'punched Arsenal cameraman in face' at stadium A West Ham United fan allegedly assaulted an Arsenal staff member at the London Stadium just days after club bosses spoke of "successful" moves to rid the ground of troublemakers. The alleged incident come just days after the club launched a scheme to prevent unrest
"08.12.2016 10:02:29" standard.co.uk Gift shop owner accused of racism for selling British-themed wares The owner of a novelty gift shop in an upmarket part of north London says he has been accused of racism for selling British-themed wares. Shopkeeper Chris Ostwald, 54, said his 'Really British' store on Muswell Hill Broadway has provoked a barrage of Residents in leafy Muswell Hill have accused the owner of this shop of racism for selling British themed goods
"08.12.2016 09:56:16" standard.co.uk 'Commuter hell' as Southern trains cancelled on last day of strike Frustrated commuters described a journey from hell as the crippling Southern Rail strike entered its third and final day. Customers have been hit by three consecutive days of “utterly atrocious” travel misery in a walk-out which left services cut by Passengers faced a third day of rail chaos
"08.12.2016 09:41:41" standard.co.uk MPs to tour UK to try and learn what people really think of immigrants An influential Commons committee is launching a nationwide inquiry into immigration. MPs will travel across the UK to hold public meetings in every region to hear views on the subject and how it should be approached in the wake of the Brexit vote. Labour MPs are to tour the country to try and learn people's views on immigration:
"08.12.2016 09:35:21" standard.co.uk 'Mystery surrounds crash which killed Viola Beach band members' Mystery surrounds the deaths of four members of British "indie-pop" band Viola Beach who died when a car driven by their manager plunged into a canal, an inquest has heard. The young four-piece band and their manager Craig Tarry, 32, died in the early A coroner told more than 20 family members: 'I don't think it ever will be known what happened'
"08.12.2016 09:15:00" standard.co.uk Londoners' immune systems 'weakened by capital's toxic air' Hundreds of thousands of Londoners may be having their immune system slowly aggravated by toxic diesel fumes, a leading expert warned today. Dr Ian Mudway, of King's College London, also stressed that young and old - and those with existing lung Hundreds of thousands of Londoners are unaware that their lungs are being inflamed by toxic pollution
"08.12.2016 09:00:01" standard.co.uk Police hunt 'dangerous' man following violence at London rugby club Police are hunting a “dangerous” man who skipped bail after he was arrested following a violent disturbance at a west London rugby club. Courtnie Greene, 21, was held in July following an incident at Old Isleworthians Rugby Club, in Isleworth, but failed Police have warned people not to approach him
"08.12.2016 08:40:16" standard.co.uk Giraffes could become extinct Giraffes are at risk of becoming extinct after numbers have plummeted by up to 40 per cent in 30 years, conservationists have warned. The global population of the world's tallest mammal has declined from more than 150,000 in the 1980s to less than 100,000 Giraffe numbers have plummeted by up to 40 per cent in 30 years, say conservationists
"08.12.2016 08:32:00" standard.co.uk Junk food adverts aimed at children to be banned on social media Junk food advertising will be banned across all children's media in a bid to tackle... Children as young as five now spend around 15 hours each week online
"08.12.2016 08:31:22" standard.co.uk Moment Chapecoense player takes first steps after tragic plane crash A footballer who miraculously survived the Colombia plane crash when nearly all his teammates perished has been filmed taking his first tentative steps after the tragedy. Chapecoense defender Alan Ruschel was one of just six survivors of the devastating Alan Ruschel is one of a handful of survivors of the crash:
"08.12.2016 08:13:50" standard.co.uk Londoners 'more sleep deprived than everyone else in UK' Londoners feel they are more sleep deprived than anyone else in the country, new research has revealed. Nearly a third of those living in the capital say they are too busy to get enough shut eye, according to the research carried out for Londoners get less sleep and are more time starved than any other people in the UK, according to a study
"08.12.2016 07:46:22" standard.co.uk Camden plans £44m overhaul of its town hall One of London's most expensive town hall makeovers is planned by Camden council - while bosses look to shut a “survivor reception centre” nextdoor used to shelter nearly 1,000 people in a crisis. The £44.2 million estimate for renovating the Grade II The £44.2m overhaul costs more than the total construction bill for London's City hall:
"08.12.2016 07:20:53" standard.co.uk New Zealand to rename 'racist place names' on South Island New Zealand has declared it will rename three places in the South Island containing the racist term “n****r”. A stream, a hill and a series of hills in North Canterbury will officially receive new names next Thursday, the government has announced. The new Several places in New Zealand containing the racist term N****r in the name will be renamed:
"07.12.2016 22:09:08" standard.co.uk Minicab driver 'flees after car destroyed in collision with bus' A minicab driver allegedly fled the scene after his car was destroyed in a collision with a bus in north London. The silver vehicle was left with its back doors ripped apart and its rear smashed to pieces following the crash just after 7pm today in One passer-by said she had no idea how the passengers got out unscathed
"07.12.2016 21:46:00" standard.co.uk Russell Crowe won't face charges over Azealia Banks assault claims Russell Crowe will not face charges over claims he assaulted rapper Azealia Banks in a hotel room, prosecutors have said. Azealia Banks reported the Oscar-winning actor to police after she claimed he grabbed her by the neck and threw her out of a party
"07.12.2016 21:31:59" standard.co.uk Scherzinger joins X Factor's Matt Terry for homecoming gig Huge crowds of fans turned out to see X Factor star Matt Terry with mentor Nicole Scherzinger on his homecoming gig in Bromley. The 23-year-old singer was swamped by adoring supporters before his appearance at Bromley's Market Square on Wednesday night. His Bromley performance was nearly drowned out by screams
"07.12.2016 21:05:51" standard.co.uk Instagram allows users to turn off comments for first time Instagram will allow users to turn off comments on their posts for the first time, in a move designed to give "more control" over the app. The Facebook-owned photo app said the change would appear within its advanced settings and should begin to roll out It comes as social media platforms continue to be criticised over their handling of abuse
"07.12.2016 20:38:34" standard.co.uk Chaos as Arsenal fans stranded at Swiss airport after plane crash Arsenal fans are stranded in Switzerland after a plane crash forced an airport to close - turning a perfect trip into a “nightmare”. A light aircraft which crashed in the fog, with two reported fatalities, forced Basel Airport to shut and all flights to "It's become a nightmare" said one fan
"07.12.2016 19:42:37" standard.co.uk MPs vote overwhelmingly in favour of triggering Article 50 in March MPs have voted overwhelmingly in favour of Theresa May's plan to trigger Article 50 and begin the process of leaving the EU by the end of next March. They tonight voted 461 to 89 in support of the ammendment which says they will "respect" the result of Breaking news
"07.12.2016 19:27:00" standard.co.uk Three teens facing jail after bike row killing Three teenage boys who killed a student when a south London turf war descended into violence over a stolen bicycle are facing jail today. Myron Yarde, 17, was chased and stabbed to death as he tried to retrieve his orange and black bike. Myron - known by Myron Yarde, 17, was chased and stabbed to death as he tried to retrieve his orange and black bike in New Cross
"07.12.2016 19:03:52" standard.co.uk Thug wrecked 9 BMWs causing £16k damage in overnight Park Lane rampage A thug who wrecked nine high-end BMWs and caused £16,000 of damage in an overnight rampage in Park Lane has been jailed. Nyah Bishop, 21, was locked up for six weeks after he went on a frenzied path of destruction in an underground car park on the The yob smashed windows, dented doors and yanked off wing mirrors in the bizarre spree
"07.12.2016 18:14:25" standard.co.uk John Barrowman suffers embarrassing fall on Loose Women... again John Barrowman is making a habit of falling over on Loose Women. The 49-year-old actor took a tumble on Wednesday's show as he made his grand entrance – despite being cocooned in bubble wrap in an attempt to ensure a safe arrival. Barrowman shuffled his He had the audience in stitches
"07.12.2016 17:58:18" standard.co.uk MP Luciana Berger calls for victims of online bullying to come forward MP Luciana Berger called for victims of online bullying to come forward following the conviction of a far-right extremist who subjected her to a “vitriolic” campaign of anti-Semitic abuse. The Labour MP for Liverpool Waverley said the harassment she Joshua Bonehill-Paine was today found guilty of posting a string of anti-Semitic articles attacking the MP - because she is Jewish
"07.12.2016 17:33:28" standard.co.uk Green Party turned down £250,000 donation due to major concerns A donation at the centre of the huge split in the Green Party was turned down due to major concerns, party officials admitted today. Senior members sparked turmoil when they claimed £250,000 was offered on condition they would make way for the Lib-Dems in Senior members sparked turmoil when they claimed £250,000 was offered on condition they would make way for the Lib-Dems in the Richmond Park by-election
"07.12.2016 17:00:59" standard.co.uk Machete-wielding thug who stole from charity shops is jailed A machete-wielding thug who carried out a string of burglaries in charity shops and local businesses in south London has been jailed. Adam Pollitt, 32, was sentenced to four years and 11 months behind bars at Croydon Crown Court on Tuesday after pleading Charity shopper burglar jailed for almost five years
"07.12.2016 16:37:56" standard.co.uk Moment cruel thugs boot cat down north London street Shocking footage has emerged of a cruel gang of thugs booting a defenceless cat on a north London street. Video taken from a house in Islington captured the brutal attack as a group of seven youths picked up a cat and hurled it onto the pavement. The The RSPCA is investigating the shocking footage
"07.12.2016 16:21:10" standard.co.uk Wanted man who taunted police to 'keep up' is found and arrested A wanted man who taunted police to “keep up if you can” has been caught in south west London. Wandsworth Police put out a public appeal on their Facebook page in a bid to find suspected thief Nathan Bick – one of their “most wanted” - after a series of Who's laughing now?
"07.12.2016 15:39:55" standard.co.uk Police hunt man after 'sex attack' on teenage girl The alleged assault happened on a bus
"07.12.2016 15:02:08" standard.co.uk Chisora launches table at Whyte during fiery press conference Dereck Chisora threw a table in the direction of Dillian Whyte as their pre-fight press conference came to a fiery conclusion this afternoon. Things just got heated at Dereck Chisora's press conference
"07.12.2016 14:17:37" standard.co.uk London restaurant offers homeless and elderly free Christmas meal A London restaurant is offering a free three-course meal for the homeless and elderly on Christmas day so that “no one eats alone”. Employees at Shish restaurant in Sidcup, Bexley posted adverts in the window encouraging people to come along on December The restaurant's co-manager, a Muslim, said: “It doesn't matter what religion they're from, what background or culture, we're all humans at the end of the day."
"07.12.2016 13:57:08" standard.co.uk West Ham stars pay tribute to fan, 13, after cancer death Heartbreaking:
"07.12.2016 13:28:45" Evening Standard - Going Out We're chatting with super music producer Naughty Boy, who's worked with Beyoncé, Ed Sheehan, Sam Smith... send us your questions. We're LIVE with Naughty Boy right now, and taking your questions.
"07.12.2016 13:19:42" standard.co.uk Mother of man killed in Fulham ambush: 'We went shopping... hours later he was dead' The mother of a trainee gas engineer shot dead outside a Fulham restaurant today told of her “devastation and disbelief” as she called for his killer to face justice. Salim Coulter, 24, was gunned down as he got into a friend's car in a residential Salim Coulter, 24, was gunned down as he got into a friend's car in a residential street
"07.12.2016 12:58:45" standard.co.uk YouTube star PewDiePie threatens to shut down channel over row YouTube superstar PewDiePie has threatened to shut down his massively successful channel when he hits 50 million subscribers after a fierce row with the video website. The vlogger – who is the most watched YouTuber in the world – has accused the website “YouTube is by far the hardest job I've ever had, and I guarantee I ever will have.”
"07.12.2016 12:25:13" standard.co.uk BBC slammed over IS sympathiser's role on show about British Muslims The BBC was today accused of “totally inappropriate” conduct over its decision to feature a notorious extremist who has expressed support for Islamic State beheadings in a new programme on British Muslims to be broadcast next week. "Totally inappropriate"
"07.12.2016 12:15:01" standard.co.uk The Arsenal players with only 18 months left on their contracts The days of Arsenal sweating over the futures of their leading players were supposed to be at an end. Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are the headline cases in what has become an increasingly concerning state of affairs at Emirates Stadium. The duo have 18 The days of Arsenal sweating over the futures of their leading players were supposed to be at an end...
"07.12.2016 11:52:18" standard.co.uk How to get 18 days off in 2017 using just 9 days holiday Make the most of your annual leave with this clever life hack
"07.12.2016 11:39:54" standard.co.uk Piccadilly Line Twitter account has meltdown after being bombarded with complaints The Piccadilly line's official Twitter account went in to meltdown last night amid a deluge of complaints about delays. A series of combative and defensive tweets appeared on the account, run by a member of Transport for London's social media team, after The tweets have prompted a flurry of ridicule from bemused Londoners
"07.12.2016 11:08:05" standard.co.uk Grayling 'playing party politics' over fate of London commuter trains The Transport Secretary was today accused of putting party politics ahead of commuters after a leaked letter revealed he opposed handing over control of suburban rail to keep it “out of the clutches” of Labour. Chris Grayling formally rejected Sadiq The Standard has got hold of a leaked letter intensifying the row over the future of London's rail services
"07.12.2016 10:58:01" standard.co.uk I'm a Celebrity 'bully' Larry Lamb says he 'bubbled to the surface' over Martin Roberts While the atmosphere in the 2016 series of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here was mostly friendly, there was still some controversy in camp. Martin Roberts, presenter of Homes Under the Hammer, entered the jungle as a late arrival, causing a stir in his The actor didn't see eye to eye with the Homes Under the Hammer presenter in camp
"07.12.2016 10:27:00" standard.co.uk Relief of pregnant fashion blogger as missing boyfriend is found An eight months' pregnant fashion blogger who appealed on social media to find her missing boyfriend today told of her relief that he had been found. Susie Lau, who writes under the name of Susie Bubble, turned to her 314,000 Instagram followers and
"07.12.2016 10:09:58" standard.co.uk Piers Morgan launches Twitter rant against Beckhams after Cruz, 11, releases debut single Piers Morgan has accused Victoria and David Beckham of “pimping” out their son Cruz after he released his debut single. Cruz Beckham released his first single today
"07.12.2016 09:59:03" standard.co.uk Sadiq Khan hits back after government blocks suburban rail takeover plan Sadiq Khan has said he will keep fighting for Transport for London to be given control of the capital's suburban railways despite his plan being blocked by ministers. The Mayor of London was dealt a blow on Tuesday after the Standard revealed his plan for The bitter row over the future of London's rail network has intensified
"07.12.2016 09:28:27" standard.co.uk Oxford student who died on ski trip 'may have been killed by bodybuilding drugs and alcohol' An Oxford student found dead by his girlfriend at the start of a university ski trip in the Alps could have been killed by a mixture of bodybuilding drugs and alcohol, French police suggested. He was found dead in the French Alps
"07.12.2016 09:04:59" standard.co.uk Heroic bystanders halt thieves' bid to steal £40k Ducati superbike Brave bystanders stopped thieves attempting to steal a £40,000 superbike parked in a busy central London square. The suspects, clad in black and wearing crash helmets, pulled up on a moped and began cutting through the metal lock on the Ducati 1199 with The suspects were stopped after cutting through a metal lock of a Ducati in broad daylight in Soho
"07.12.2016 08:42:50" standard.co.uk Man 'stripped naked and left to die in cold for snoring too loudly' A drunken guest was allegedly stripped naked and left to die outside in near-freezing temperatures because he snored. Two men from Gagny in Paris have been charged with manslaughter after the incident. They told police they removed the clothes of guests Two men have been charged with manslaughter after the incident
"07.12.2016 08:31:00" standard.co.uk Mother-of-three who mugged pensioner, 72, in broad daylight jailed A mother-of-three who robbed a 72-year-old pensioner as she withdrew money from a cash machine has been jailed for 18 months. Emma White, 26, was so high on drugs she can barely remember mugging Rita O'Driscoll as she withdrew £300 for a friend at a She robbed a 72-year-old pensioner as she withdrew money from a cash machine
"07.12.2016 07:35:58" standard.co.uk Piccadilly Circus to go dark for longest time since the Blitz Piccadilly Circus's iconic billboards will be switched off for modernisation for the longest period of time since the Blitz. The switch-off is part of a plan to remove the six illuminated advertising boards which overlook the tourist hotspot and replace The lights in Piccadilly Circus are set to go out
"07.12.2016 07:10:01" standard.co.uk First picture of young man shot dead outside Fulham restaurant This is the first picture of a 24-year-old man who died after being shot in the head during an ambush outside a restaurant in west London. Salim Coulter was blasted at close range as he climbed into the passenger seat of his friend's car shortly after the A young man who was shot dead in an ambush in Fulham has been named
"07.12.2016 06:51:35" standard.co.uk £775m 'Cube' building given go ahead to transform 'tatty' Paddington Property tycoon Irvine Sellar today said his new £775 million Cube development will help to give “tatty” Paddington a Shard-style shot in the arm. The 19-storey glass cube by architect Renzo Piano was last night given the green light by Westminster Planners say it could help Paddington become the new London Bridge
"06.12.2016 22:17:00" standard.co.uk London teenagers photograph diverse portraits for new exhibition College students from across the capital have collaborated to create a collection of images exploring race, gender and sexuality. The images will go on display in a new exhibition at Rivington Place exploring how young people are affected by a The free exhibition is at Rivington Place
"06.12.2016 22:00:35" standard.co.uk Basel 1 Arsenal 4: Lucas hat-trick fires Gunners to Group A top spot Lucas Perez hit a superb champions League hat-trick for Arsenal against FC Basel at St. Jakob-Park as the Gunners capitalised on PSG's 2-2 draw against Ludogorets to top Group A with a 4-1 victory. With PSG above Arsenal by virtue of a superior The only London team left in the Champions League is through the group stage in first place
"06.12.2016 21:24:00" standard.co.uk London to get 'world's first vegan fried chicken' takeaway London is poised to get what has been described as the world's first vegan fried chicken takeaway in the new year. Street food company Temple of Seitan told the Standard the outlet would be opening in the Hackney Central area, but have not revealed more The restaurant will serve tubs of fried chicken-style food
"06.12.2016 21:09:36" standard.co.uk Commuter chaos to continue as Southern Rail walk-out enters second day Fed-up commuters face yet more chaos on Southern Rail services tomorrow as the beleaguered operator struggles through the second day of another crippling walk-out. Around half of Southern's services were cancelled today as drivers started an indefinite If you were hoping for good news, look away
"06.12.2016 20:38:00" standard.co.uk Six things you need to know about Channel 4 drama This Is Us While Netflix and Sky Atlantic are snapping up some of the biggest international TV dramas around, Channel 4 were quick to nab the rights to This Is Us. The hit US family drama has found a UK home – and is set for similar success across here with top Starting tonight...
"06.12.2016 20:22:09" standard.co.uk Ex-cabinet minister reveals 'excruciating' pain over sexting scandal Former cabinet minister Stephen Crabb has revealed his "excruciating" pain and embarrassment over a Whatsapp sexting scandal that led him to step down. The married Tory MP quit his role as work and pensions secretary after it was revealed that he sent He said his quitting was "in the best interests of my family"
"06.12.2016 19:35:51" standard.co.uk Angry man films McDonald's row after staff refuse new Scottish £5 note A fuming Scot filmed a heated row with a McDonald's employee in London after his Scottish £5 note was rejected. Ian Hardie, 27, attempted to purchase a spicy chicken wrap using the new polymer note at the restaurant in Marble Arch on Sunday. But the "It's a f***ing £5 note!"
"06.12.2016 19:17:06" standard.co.uk Terrifying moment thugs armed with guns, machetes and knives clash This is the terrifying moment two groups of thugs armed with guns, machetes and knives clash in a mass brawl in north London. The shocking CCTV images capture the men brandishing knives at each other in an angry confrontation in Edmonton. Later, two Shocking footage
"06.12.2016 18:45:00" standard.co.uk Young mum paid to store 'deadly weapon' under baby's cot is jailed A young mother who was paid to store a “deadly” shotgun under her child's cot has been jailed for 14 years. Kelly Kepple, 21, was convicted of possession of a sawn-off shotgun at Woolwich Crown Court on Monday and sentenced later that day. Detectives She was paid £65 a week
"06.12.2016 18:21:24" standard.co.uk Don't bring drugs, Fabric bosses tell clubbers ahead of reopening Fabric bosses have pleaded with clubbers not to bring drugs into the venue when it reopens next month. The superclub nearly closed its doors for good after the drug-related deaths of 18-year-olds Ryan Browne and Jack Crossley. Islington council's The superclub nearly closed its doors for good after the drug-related deaths of two 18-year-olds
"06.12.2016 17:46:10" standard.co.uk 'Dense' food sold at Scottish hospitals sparks obesity row Scottish hospitals have been accused of “promoting obesity” by selling high-calorie, unhealthy food in canteens. Dr Drew Walker, director of public health at NHS Tayside, told MSPs that hospitals are fueling a public health crisis by serving “heavily Hospitals are at the centre of an obesity row in Scotland
"06.12.2016 17:16:45" Evening Standard - Lifestyle Because who doesn't love a sausage roll?
"06.12.2016 17:02:13" standard.co.uk Theresa May agrees to publish Brexit strategy in major U-turn Theresa May has backed down and agreed to Labour demands to reveal her Brexit plans before the process of leaving the EU is triggered. In a major U-turn, the Prime Minister has accepted a motion due to be debated tomorrow which calls for the Brexit Breaking - Theresa May has agreed to a major U-turn over her Brexit plans
"06.12.2016 16:30:01" standard.co.uk Armed robber who stole over £100k from London travel agents jailed An armed robber who threatened to shoot travel agent staff and stole more than £100,000 in a series of "terrifying" raids has been jailed for 13 years. Robert Darling, 37, from the Southwark area, targeted three travel agents in Bexley, Upminster and In all three robberies he threatened members of staff with a gun
"06.12.2016 16:09:00" standard.co.uk Photographer captures stunning sunrise over London skyline A London photographer has captured stunning views of a misty sunrise over the capital. James Burns snapped his incredible images from Broadgate Tower in the City. London's iconic skyline was captured emerging through the mist amid a beautiful pink sky. He's waited weeks for the chance to take these perfect shots
"06.12.2016 15:46:50" standard.co.uk Man guilty of funding Brussels and Paris terror suspect A Belgian man living in Birmingham has been found guilty of funding a... He gave £3,000 to Mohamed Abrini, dubbed "the man in the hat"
"06.12.2016 15:20:31" standard.co.uk Gunman 'lay in wait' before shooting man dead outside restaurant A gunman lay in wait for a young man to come out of a restaurant before shooting him in the head and fleeing, police said. The victim, in his early 20s, was ambushed and shot dead at close range while getting into a friend's car after eating dinner at a A gunman lay in wait for a young man to come out of a restaurant before shooting him in the head in Fulham
"06.12.2016 14:59:10" standard.co.uk Angela Merkel calls for burka ban in Germany The German Chancellor said "the full-face veil must be banned wherever legally possible.”
"06.12.2016 14:43:35" standard.co.uk Theresa May's call for 'red, white and blue' Brexit sparks ridicule Theresa May's call for a “red, white and blue” Brexit has sparked ridicule on social media. The Prime Minister debuted the new slogan for Britain's exit from the European Union as she spoke during a two-day visit to Bahrain. Mrs May said that getting a People aren't impressed with the PM's latest label for Brexit...
"06.12.2016 14:22:38" standard.co.uk Jailed: Teen who stabbed boy to death in horrific attack outside party A teenager who stabbed a schoolboy to death at a girl's 16th birthday party after the victim stepped into an argument as a peacemaker has been jailed for 13 years. Walker Sesay, 19, knifed 17-year-old Che Labastide-Wellington in the chest in the clash The victim's mother had given birth to his baby brother hours before he was murdered
"06.12.2016 14:11:06" standard.co.uk Revealed: The UK's busiest train stations No prizes for guessing which London station is the country's busiest
"06.12.2016 13:59:25" standard.co.uk Game of Thrones actor Peter Vaughan dies aged 93 British actor Peter Vaughan has died aged 93
"06.12.2016 13:19:30" standard.co.uk Mystery solved: why Chinese flock to sleepy village in Oxfordshire The mystery of what has been drawing busloads of Chinese tourists to an unremarkable Oxfordshire village has apparently been solved. Residents in Kidlington have been baffled by the spectacle of hundreds of visitors wandering around its quiet streets This is why busloads of tourists are being driven to an unremarkable Oxfordshire village
"06.12.2016 12:55:25" standard.co.uk Brexit deal 'could be done by 2018' The timetable for Brexit just got clearer...
"06.12.2016 12:35:27" standard.co.uk Armed police in seven hour siege as man holds woman and girls hostage Police spent seven hours in a stand-off with a man who was allegedly holding a woman and two teenage girls hostage at a property in north London. The siege on a street in Cricklewood began shortly before midnight on Monday and ended at around 7am today The siege ended at 7am this morning
"06.12.2016 11:56:08" standard.co.uk Pictured: Brit woman stabbed to death at Lapland Christmas attraction The 26-year-old British woman who was stabbed to death while working at a Christmas attraction in Lapland has been named as Rebecca Johnson from Fife in Scotland. The young tour guide was found dead on Saturday in the Finnish village of Kuttanen. Her 36-year-old boyfriend has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
"06.12.2016 11:32:58" standard.co.uk 16 Instagrams that will make you want to book a flight to Iceland Iceland has it all - the Northern lights, waterfalls and lots of snow. It also has Instagram opportunities aplenty. Immediately.
"06.12.2016 11:27:14" standard.co.uk Katie Hopkins accepts Ellie Goulding's charity boxing match challenge after Twitter spat Katie Hopkins has accepted Ellie Goulding's charity boxing match challenge after the pair became embroiled in a Twitter spat. Goulding, 29, blasted the LBC presenter, 41, after she tweeted a post in favour of Italy leaving the European Union. The pair have been embroiled in a bitter war of words
"06.12.2016 11:12:27" standard.co.uk Cyclist killed in 'hit-and-run' on way to work A father was killed in a suspected hit-and-run crash as he cycled to work in the early hours
"06.12.2016 11:01:42" standard.co.uk Mayor's bid to take over London suburban railways is blocked Sadiq Khan's bid to take over London's suburban railways was halted in its tracks today. In an exclusive interview, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said there was a danger of “deckchair shifting” with no real improvement for passengers. The bitter blow A major development in the future of London's rail infrastructure
"06.12.2016 10:40:55" standard.co.uk Revealed: the three parts of London worst for killer pollution Three of London's wealthiest areas were today named for the fifth year running as the worst blackspots for toxic particulate air pollution. Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea and the City had the highest rate of deaths attributable to PM 2.5 particulate Where are London's pollution hotspots? Find out here:
"06.12.2016 10:22:00" standard.co.uk Outcry over US writer's tweet stating London 'is gone - all Islamic' An American author has found herself at the centre of an online backlash after sharing a friend's remark that London has “gone - all Islamic”. Janie Johnson, writer of conservative political philosophy book Don't Take My Lemonade Stand, posted the comment "London was still here last time I checked."
"06.12.2016 10:03:04" standard.co.uk Pictured: Migrant accused of rape and murder of EU official's daughter An image has been released of an Afghan teenager accused of raping and murdering a senior EU official's daughter in eastern Germany. Hussein K, 17, has been linked by DNA to the killing of Maria Ladenburger, 19, a medical student who in her spare time An image has been released of an Afghan teenager accused of raping and murdering a senior EU official's daughter
"06.12.2016 09:40:48" standard.co.uk Inmate who killed Met cop used smuggled mobile phone to watch Xbox A man serving eight years for running down a Met police officer used a smuggled mobile phone to hook up a games console to the internet in his cell. He signed into Xbox Live using the tag “Cop Killer”
"06.12.2016 09:18:00" standard.co.uk Southern Rail cancels over 1,000 trains in worst disruption so far Southern Rail today cancelled 1,100 trains in the worst disruption so far in the nine month-old dispute with some areas left without any service at all. Train drivers belonging to the Aslef union deliberately combined an overtime ban to coincide with a It's the worst disruption so far of the nine-month dispute
"06.12.2016 08:55:37" standard.co.uk 'Rare vinyl record' link to City worker left for dead in street Detectives investigating the assault of a City worker left for dead in south London say they are searching for a rare vinyl record he was carrying at the time of the attack. KPMG worker Christopher Mapleston, 29, was left in a critical condition in The KPMG worker had been carrying a rare LP before he was attacked
"06.12.2016 08:34:29" standard.co.uk Sheriff's deputy dies after vehicle plunges into sinkhole An off-duty sheriff's deputy has died and two other people were hurt when two vehicles plunged into a water-filled sinkhole in San Antonio, Texas. Bexar County Sheriff's Office identified the victim as 69-year-old Deputy Dora Linda Nishihara, who was a The woman died and two other people were hurt:
"06.12.2016 08:06:30" standard.co.uk Islington flood repair bill 'to run to tens of millions' "It was like the Titanic"
"06.12.2016 07:43:50" standard.co.uk Trimming pubic hair 'increases risk of STIs' A word of warning
"06.12.2016 07:17:42" standard.co.uk Tourist hiker struck by lightning and killed near I'm a Celeb camp A man who died on a mountain close to the I'm A Celebrity jungle camp is described by police as an international tourist. The man and his female companion were under a tree that was struck by lightning while camping at Mount Warning on the north coast of The man was killed instantly when the lightning hit his feet
"06.12.2016 06:53:00" standard.co.uk Young man shot dead in car after ambush outside restaurant in Fulham A young man was shot in the head at close range after an ambush outside a restaurant on a quiet residential road in west London . The victim, in his early 20s, was killed by a gunman as he climbed into the passenger seat of a friend's parked car. The two A man has died after being shot in the head at close range in an ambush outside a restaurant
"05.12.2016 22:30:00" standard.co.uk Woman left 'distressed' after sex assault on rush hour train Police are hunting a train passenger who repeatedly groped a “distressed” woman over a ten-minute period as they travelled through London. The woman, aged in her 30s, was sexually assaulted several times on a service travelling between Clapham Junction Police want to track down her attacker
"05.12.2016 22:12:46" standard.co.uk London artist Helen Marten wins Turner Prize London artist Helen Marten has won the 2016 Turner Prize for her sculpture work using an array of materials. The 31-year-old, who was born in Macclesfield, was presented with her £25,000 prize by writer Ben Okri in a ceremony at the Tate Britain gallery. A Londoner has won the 2016 Turner Prize
"05.12.2016 21:35:00" standard.co.uk Escaped goat headbutts pensioner in shop rampage An escaped goat went on the rampage and headbutted a pensioner after being denied entry to a shop in Northern Ireland. The animal charged towards the elderly man, named Billy, jumped on cars and devoured plant pots during half an hour of havoc. Shop The goat ran amok outside, eating flower baskets and frightening staff and customers
"05.12.2016 21:17:12" standard.co.uk Man wakes up to find home 'completely destroyed' by flooding An Islington homeowner who woke up to find his home submerged by floodwater says a huge part of the building has been “completely destroyed” and repairs could take six months. Severe flooding caused by a burst water main led to around 100 people being “I opened the rear curtains and the water level was up to my head outside"
"05.12.2016 21:00:00" standard.co.uk Government fights for right to trigger Brexit in Supreme Court The Government has argued why it should be allowed to trigger Brexit without a Parliamentary vote on the first day of a landmark Supreme Court hearing. Attorney General Jeremy Wright told 11 Supreme Court justices at the start of one of the most important Day One is over in one of the most important constitutional cases in British legal history
"05.12.2016 20:48:49" standard.co.uk Young man rushed to hospital after being hit by car in north London A young man was rushed to hospital after being struck by a vehicle in a “serious collision” in north London this evening. The man, said to be in his late teens or early 20s, was hit by the vehicle on Green Lanes in Palmers Green just before 6pm. The crash A section of a busy through-road is shut in both directions
"05.12.2016 20:25:00" standard.co.uk Chapecoense awarded Copa Sudamericana title Brazilian top-flight club Chapecoense, who lost most of its players in the tragic plane crash in Colombia last week, have been awarded the Copa Sudamericana title, it was today announced. Brazilian top-flight club lost most of its players in a tragic plane crash in Colombia last week
"05.12.2016 20:03:09" standard.co.uk Nominees and best dressed at the 2016 Fashion Awards As fashion designers, brands and models prepare to go up against their biggest competition for a coveted 2016 Fashion Award, they are joined by their most stylish contemporaries on the Royal albert Hall's red carpet ahead of the awards ceremony. One of The awards ceremony is being held this evening in London's Royal Albert Hall
"05.12.2016 19:49:23" standard.co.uk False alarm over 'man with machete' sparks Tube disruption Tube services were briefly disrupted during the evening rush hour over a report of someone brandishing a machete, which turned out to be a false alarm. Panicked travellers started tweeting rumours of the Seven Sisters incident after a Victoria Line driver Tube services were briefly disrupted during the evening rush hour
"05.12.2016 19:15:00" standard.co.uk Fresh questions raised over Mark Duggan case in new BBC documentary Fresh questions have been raised over the conclusion of the Mark Duggan case which sparked the London riots in 2011. A senior figure at police watchdog the IPCC suggested she could not be certain she had uncovered the truth about what happened to Mr The fatal shooting of Mr Duggan in Tottenham by police sparked some of the worst rioting in UK history
"05.12.2016 18:50:18" standard.co.uk Two injured after 'knife fight' near library Two men have been rushed to hospital after witnesses saw a man brandishing a large knife when a fight broke out near a south London library. A section of Peckham Hill Street was cordoned off by police after they were called to reports of a brawl in the A man was seen with a "long-bladed weapon" near a library
"05.12.2016 18:35:37" standard.co.uk Shopkeeper headbutted by man following alleged theft at Fulham store A shopkeeper was left battered and bruised after trying to stop a man and woman who allegedly stole items from his west London store. Detectives investigating the “unprovoked assault” at Riz Repair on North End Road, Fulham, have released CCTV footage of Do you know these people?
"05.12.2016 18:01:49" standard.co.uk Six stabbed in mass brawl between up to 30 people near nightclub Six men have been stabbed during a mass brawl involving up to 30 people near a north London nightclub. Police say the violence broke out near the Box H9 club on an Edmonton trading estate as scores of people clashed in the streets nearby. Six people, aged Police say the violence broke out near the Box H9 club on an Edmonton trading estate
"05.12.2016 17:25:32" standard.co.uk Police hunt thug who 'punched man in violent attack on Tube' Police are hunting a man following a “violent and unprovoked” attack on a Tube train in west London. The man is reported to have boarded a District line train at Stamford Brook and sat down opposite his victim. The attacker is said to have walked calmly back to his seat after the unprovoked attack
"05.12.2016 16:47:40" standard.co.uk Tube strike suspended after talks A planned 24-hour strike by Tube drivers has been suspended following last-minute talks. Drivers on the Piccadilly and Hammersmith and City lines had been due to walkout from 9.30pm on Tuesday. But the industrial action has been suspended following Breaking
"05.12.2016 16:08:41" standard.co.uk Vegan restaurant in Brixton bans £5 notes in animal fat row A vegan restaurant in Brixton is refusing to accept the new £5 notes after it emerged they were made using animal fat. A row erupted after it was revealed that the polymer notes contain small amounts tallow - a substance made from animal fat which is They want "to stay true to the cause"
"05.12.2016 15:46:00" standard.co.uk New Bishopsgate skyscraper gets 'haircut' to avoid City flights Axa's planned new 22 Bishopsgate skyscraper is taking a four-storey “haircut” to avoid clashing with planes flying into London's City Airport. The insurer and development partner Lipton Rogers Developments have submitted a revised planning application to
"05.12.2016 15:33:45" standard.co.uk Brexit experts: government is 'headed for comprehensive defeat' Britain's top judges will unanimously reject the Government's argument that it can unilaterally start formal Brexit negotiations, according to legal experts. Professors from the prestigious London School of Economics (LSE) said it was “highly likely” the Here's what top legal minds think of the government's chances in the Supreme Court on Brexit
"05.12.2016 15:24:08" standard.co.uk Southern delays sparked by broken rail to last all day The latest cause of problems for Southern Rail commuters
"05.12.2016 15:02:54" standard.co.uk Man 'kidnapped by thugs in his own BMW and robbed at gunpoint' A man was kidnapped in his own car before being held at gunpoint and robbed by a gang of thugs in north London, police said. The 42-year-old victim was bundled into the back of his Black BMW 1 Series by three men who followed him into the car when it was He was ambushed in his own car
"05.12.2016 14:39:37" standard.co.uk Pictured: aftermath of flood which caused millions of pounds of damage These images show the widespread destruction wrought upon Islington after a burst water main flooded people's homes and businesses. The images show torn-up streets, collapsed sheds and submerged gardens as fire fighters and the Met's marine units worked The clean-up in Islington begins
"05.12.2016 14:27:33" standard.co.uk Police probe if woman pushed onto tracks while waiting for Night Tube Police are investigating whether a woman was deliberately pushed onto the tracks while waiting for a Night Tube service. The 32-year-old reported "feeling something from behind" before she tumbled onto the tracks in front of shocked onlookers in Camden Police are investigating whether a woman was pushed onto the tracks while waiting for a Night Tube this weekend
"05.12.2016 14:09:59" standard.co.uk London set to be hotter than Madrid following cold snap The weather's about to change dramatically...
"05.12.2016 13:34:48" standard.co.uk 'Hipsters cause London house prices to skyrocket' How hipsters are driving up London houses prices
"05.12.2016 13:20:19" standard.co.uk Met PCSO angers bosses 'by dozing off in cafes and on the bus' A police community support officer faces being reprimanded for allegedly sleeping on the job after he was photographed apparently dozing in cafes and on public transport. Residents in Harrow, north-west London, took pictures of the unnamed uniformed 'Asleep on the job'
"05.12.2016 13:17:13" Islington flooding causes millions of pounds of damage People have been forced out of their homes in Islington as flooding causes millions of pounds worth of damage.
"05.12.2016 12:56:13" standard.co.uk I'm A Celebrity's Vicky Pattison hits back as viewers slam Scarlett Moffatt crown handover Last year's I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here winner Vicky Pattison has defended herself on Twitter after a backlash from viewers. The former Queen of the Jungle came under fire for the way she handed across the crown to new winner Scarlett Moffatt. Some viewers lashed out at last year's winner for the way she passed over the crown
"05.12.2016 12:45:57" standard.co.uk Everything you need to know about the Tube and Southern strikes this week Hundreds of thousands of rail and Tube commuters face major travel misery this week as combined strike action by 400 drivers cripples Southern and TfL services. Drivers are set to walkout out on Tuesday for further Southern strike action and on the Tube's Here's what you need to know about the travel problems facing London this week
"05.12.2016 12:28:55" standard.co.uk Tom Kerridge to open his first London restaurant The chef behind the country's only gastropub to be awarded two Michelin stars has finally announced plans to bring his cooking to the capital. The Hand & Flowers chef is coming to the capital
"05.12.2016 12:08:30" standard.co.uk Commuters braced for disruption ahead of Tube and rail strikes Commuters were braced for the worst disruption of the year starting tomorrow ahead of strikes on the Tube and London's busiest rail lines. Some lines will be left without any trains at all, with travel chaos exacerbated by forecasts of widespread early It's set to be a tricky week for London's commuters
"05.12.2016 12:01:07" standard.co.uk Meet Gigi and Bella Hadid, the sisters competing for Model of the Year They're both models and they share the same surname, but that's about where the similarities end with sisters Gigi and Bella Hadid. The pair are also up against Kendall Jenner in tonight's Awards at the Royal Albert Hall
"05.12.2016 11:53:01" standard.co.uk Islington flood causes millions of pounds of damage to homes and shops More than 100 people had to flee from their homes before dawn this morning when a huge water main split open on one of London's busiest streets. The 36 inch wide pipe burst under Upper Street in Islington at around 4am sending thousands of gallons of Dramatic pictures showed the scale of damage caused by a major flood in Islington this morning
"05.12.2016 11:33:57" standard.co.uk 'Muslim enforcer' jailed for attacking schoolboy because he cuddled girlfriend A close associate of hate preacher Anjem Choudary who beat up a schoolboy because he was cuddling his girlfriend has been jailed for more than two years. Michael Coe, 35, sat with his hands behind his head as Judge Michael Gledhill QC branded him a "You were acting as a self-appointed enforcer of your interpretation at the time of how a Muslim should behave."
"05.12.2016 11:02:00" standard.co.uk British woman stabbed to death at Lapland Christmas attraction A British woman has been stabbed to death at a Christmas holiday attraction in Lapland, Finnish police said. The 25-year-old woman, a seasonal worker who took children to visit Santa Claus, was found dead on Saturday. Finnish police launched a hunt for A British woman has been stabbed to death at a Christmas holiday attraction in Lapland, Finnish police said.
"05.12.2016 10:45:00" standard.co.uk Piers Morgan scolded by Rebekah Vardy for calling her a WAG Rebekah Vardy scolded Piers Morgan for calling her a WAG during an interview for Good Morning Britain. Rebekah – who is married to Leicester City footballer Jamie Vardy – told Morgan that the term is “derogatory”. Rebekah snapped back at Morgan when he "Oh come on Piers."
"05.12.2016 10:27:00" standard.co.uk How Gogglebox's stars reacted to Scarlett Moffatt winning I'm A Celebrity Scarlett Moffatt proved a hit away from Gogglebox as she won the latest series of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here. The reality star is famed for giving her views on TV shows in Channel 4's series, but created some memorable telly moments herself as she The star of Channel 4's reality show came out on top in the public vote
"05.12.2016 10:08:28" standard.co.uk Father of student found dead on ski trip: He died doing what he loved The family of an Oxford University student who died during a skiing trip in the French Alps today said he was “doing what he loved.” Matt Smith, 22, was said to have been found unconscious in his chalet room in the upmarket resort of Val Thorens on the Matt Smith, 22, was found dead during a trip to the alps
"05.12.2016 09:48:09" standard.co.uk Foxtons branch escapes unscathed in burst pipe flood chaos This branch of Foxtons in Islington appears to have escaped largely unscathed by flooding that has left roads, homes and businesses underwater. Water was surging down Upper Street in the north London borough after a mains pipe burst in the early hours of Some businesses were less badly damaged than others in flood-hit Islington
"05.12.2016 09:34:06" standard.co.uk Ozil and Sanchez want parity with Pogba but Arsenal offers set to fall short Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are seeking parity with the Premier League's top earners to stay at Arsenal. Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil want parity with the Premier League's top earners to stay at Arsenal
But will the Gunners cough up the cash?
"05.12.2016 09:20:55" standard.co.uk Sadiq Khan announces £770 cash boost for London cycling infrastruce Sadiq Khan today promised to spend £770m on cycling over the next five years under plans to get more Londoners out of their cars. The Mayor announced plans for two new cycle superhighways as he claimed he had gone “well beyond” a manifesto pledge to An average of £17 per Londoner per year
"05.12.2016 09:03:19" standard.co.uk Londoners warned not to drive as French pollution hits capital Sadiq Khan was urged to tell motorists to leave their car at home today as filthy French air was set to worsen pollution in London. City Hall put out “high” air pollution alerts for Westminster and the City today, as well as on some other busy roads, and Filthy French air looks set to worsen pollution in London.
"05.12.2016 08:35:52" standard.co.uk Migrant arrested over rape and murder of senior EU official's daughter A 17-year-old migrant has been arrested on suspicion of the rape and murder of a senior EU official's daughter in Germany. The teenager, an Afghan who arrived in the country last year as an unaccompanied minor, was detained by police on Friday. Maria A 17-year-old migrant has been arrested on suspicion of the rape and murder of a senior EU official's daughter in Germany.
"05.12.2016 08:24:34" standard.co.uk Dramatic pictures show torrents of water in streets amid flood chaos Torrents of water are seen gushing through the streets of Islington in dramatic images taken after flooding hit an upmarket swathe of north London. A woman was pictured being carried to safety as 50 homes and businesses were evacuated in the early hours Islington has been hit by major flooding this morning
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"05.12.2016 07:19:28" standard.co.uk Young man killed in North Circular horror crash during weekend of bloodshed on London's roads Tributes have been paid to a 21-year-old man killed in a horror smash which left five other people in hospital after a weekend of bloodshed on London's roads. A 12-year-old boy was knocked down by a Royal Mail truck in Holborn, and a 28-year-old woman Saif Ali was named as a victim in a tragic weekend on London's roads
"05.12.2016 07:08:10" standard.co.uk Streets submerged under water as severe flooding hits Islington Severe flooding has hit homes and businesses in a swathe of Islington after a major water main burst overnight. Dramatic images shared on social media showed torrents of water flowing down Upper Street after the pipe burst in the early hours of Monday Flooding has hit a large swathe of Islington overnight:
"05.12.2016 06:44:07" standard.co.uk Oxford student found dead after first night of university ski trip in French Alps Friends of a student found dead following the first night of a university skiing trip to the French Alps today said: “We thought he was invincible”. Oxford University student Matt Smith, 22, was found unconscious in his chalet room in the upmarket resort Matt Smith, 22, was found unconscious in his chalet room in the upmarket resort of Val Thorens on the the annual Oxbridge Varsity ski trip.
"04.12.2016 22:25:25" standard.co.uk Last-ditch talks to avoid Tube strike as Londoners face travel chaos Last ditch talks will be held on Monday to avoid a Tube strike which could cripple the Piccadilly Line as Londoners brace themselves for travel chaos this week. Hundreds of thousands of passengers on London's railway network are set to be hit by Strikes on Southern and the Tube are likely to cripple services this week
"04.12.2016 21:44:01" standard.co.uk Emily Middlemas loses place in X Factor final as Matt Terry is saved Emily Middlemas lost out on a place in the X Factor final after she failed to impress the judges in a sing-off against Matt Terry. The 18-year-old's rendition of Birdy's single Beautiful was hailed as “beautiful” by Nicole Scherzinger and Sharon Osbourne, The 18-year-old lost out in a place in the final
"04.12.2016 21:24:00" standard.co.uk Syrian girl who live tweeted from warzone disappears from Twitter A young Syrian girl who live tweeted her ordeal living in the warzone has appeared to have been taken off Twitter. Bana Alabed shared pictures and messages with her thousands of followers detailing her horrifying experiences of narrowly avoiding death Her account appears to have been taken down.
"04.12.2016 20:55:00" standard.co.uk Judge Rinder fights back tears as he is voted off of Strictly Come Dancing The gavel came down on Judge Rinder's Strictly Come Dancing experience after he lost out to Ore Oduba in a dance-off. The TV judge - real name Robert Rinder - missed out on a place in the semi-final with his Samba to the Jersey Boys during musicals week. He lost out to Ore Oduba in the dance-off
"04.12.2016 20:33:27" standard.co.uk When and how to watch the Supreme Court Brexit case live A landmark court appeal which will decide the fate of Britain leaving the EU is to begin on Monday morning. Britain's top judges at the Supreme Court – the highest court in the land – will begin to hear the government's appeal against November's The court appeal to decide the fate of Brexit starts tomorrow
"04.12.2016 19:29:53" standard.co.uk Grinning Prince Harry visits children's home run by 'Moonies' Prince Harry has visited a children's home in the Caribbean founded by religious sect the 'Moonies' on the last day of his exotic Royal tour. The British High Commissioner to Guyana defended the choice of the prince's trip and described the work done The British High Commissioner defended the choice of Harry's trip
"04.12.2016 18:55:04" standard.co.uk Teen killed after being stabbed in heart is named by police as hunt for minicab launched A young man who was “viciously” stabbed to death in west London has been named by police as teenager Khalid Safi. The 18-year-old, who was living in Southwark, was knifed in the heart after a fight broke out between two men in Acton at 6.30pm on Thursday. The victim was an 18-year-old living in Southwark
"04.12.2016 18:25:01" standard.co.uk Far-right Austria presidential hopeful defeated after election poll A far-right politician who was in the running to be Austria's next president has been defeated. Right-wing populist Norbert Hofer conceded defeat to left-leaning Alexander Van der Bellen after his presidential hopes were dashed in a poll on Sunday. Mr Van It's been seen as a blow for Eurosceptics
"04.12.2016 18:00:01" standard.co.uk 15 best boozy gift ideas for Christmas Forget abstinence; Christmas is the time for a little indulgence. Chin! Chin!
"04.12.2016 17:42:00" standard.co.uk 24 confirmed dead as search continues in California warehouse fire The death toll in the fire which ripped through a late-night rave in California has risen to 24. Officials said they expect to find more bodies as the search continues – with a “significant number” of people still missing. Only 20 per cent of the building Only 20 per cent of the building has been searched so far
"04.12.2016 17:20:01" standard.co.uk Donald Trump tweets outrage at SNL sketch...which mocked Twitter use Donald Trump took to Twitter to vent his outrage at a comic skit which mocked his use of social media. The President-elect blasted a sketch on US hit show Saturday Night Live as“unwatchable” and “totally biased” after Hollywood actor Alec Baldwin Mr Trump called the sketch 'unwatchable'
"04.12.2016 16:57:01" standard.co.uk Madeleine McCann police 'probing important new trafficking lead' Police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann are probing an “important new lead” that she was snatched by a trafficking gang, reports have suggested. The new line of inquiry could shed light on whether Madeleine was kidnapped or transported Scotland Yard has been given extra funding to continue the probe.
"04.12.2016 16:31:21" standard.co.uk Boris Johnson walks out of live Sky News 'pub quiz' interview after being asked to name South Korea president Boris Johnson shut down a live TV interview “pub quiz” after appearing to become lost for words when asked to name the South Korean president. The Foreign Secretary appeared to squirm before fleeing the Sky News interview, telling host Dermot Murnaghan 'If you want to have a pub quiz, Dermot, I'll be very happy to meet you in the pub'
"04.12.2016 16:15:01" standard.co.uk Thousands of Santa runners bring festive spirit to Clapham Common A stampede of Santas ensured the festive spirit was alive and kicking in the capital as they jogged through Clapham Common on a popular charity fun run Around 2,800 runners signed up for the London Santa Dash in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital in Plenty of Christmas cheer in the capital today!
"04.12.2016 16:00:01" standard.co.uk Ex-WWE legend Jimmy 'Superfly' Snuka 'has just six months to live' Former WWE star Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka is receiving hospice care and has six months to live, his lawyer said. The disclosure regarding the 73-year-old ex-wrestler's health was revealed during a hearing to decide whether he stand trial following the death The former wrestling star was charged with murdering his girlfriend in 1983 but may be too ill to stand trial
"04.12.2016 15:50:02" standard.co.uk 'Bored to death' pensioner starts work at cafe after job plea The 89-year-old military veteran who posted an advert in a local paper looking for work to stop him “dying of boredom” has started his new job. Joe Bartley, from South Devon, was reportedly greeted with applause and cheers when he arrived for his first He was greeted by applause when he started his first shift.
"04.12.2016 15:30:00" standard.co.uk Boris says Britain should not pay 'large sums' for EU trade deal Boris Johnson has said there is no reason why Britain should pay "large" sums to the Euopean Union to continue trading with the bloc after Brexit. The idea that Britain may continue to pay for tariff-free access to Europe's internal market after Brexit He appeared on the Andrew Marr Show
"04.12.2016 15:00:00" standard.co.uk This Mannequin Challenge has racked up 20 million views You'd have to have been hiding under a rock to have missed the Mannequin Challen... In case you somehow managed to miss this
"04.12.2016 14:57:31" standard.co.uk Huge blaze rips through house in Blackheath A huge fire has broken out at a house in south-east London London Fire Brigade said eight fire engines had been sent to a house on Shooters Hill Road in Blackheath shortly after 1pm. Footage taken from a neighbour shows thick clouds of smoke billowing 58 firefighters were called to save the house
"04.12.2016 14:13:24" standard.co.uk Huge blaze rips through house in Blackheath A huge fire has broken out at a house in south-east London London Fire Brigade said eight fire engines had been sent to a house on Shooters Hill Road in Blackheath shortly after 1pm. Footage taken from a neighbour shows thick clouds of smoke billowing BREAKING
"04.12.2016 13:30:00" standard.co.uk Nuttall grilled on Marr show over PhD and professional football claims Ukip leader Paul Nuttall has been grilled over apparent false claims on his CV which suggested he held a PhD and was a professional footballer. The Ukip leader was quizzed over claims published on his website and LinkedIn page
"04.12.2016 13:13:20" standard.co.uk Three women shot dead outside restaurant in Finland A gunman killed three women in an apparent random shooting in a bustling nightlife district in a town in south-eastern Finland, police said. A 23-year-old local man has been detained for questioning. The victims were gunned down in a pedestrian area BREAKING
"04.12.2016 12:37:58" standard.co.uk French town told to remove statute of the Virgin Mary A French town has been ordered to take down a statue of the Virgin Mary after a court ruled it violated the country's ban on religious symbols in public space. Officials in Publier, in eastern France, have been given three months to remove the statue or No room in this town for the Virgin Mary...
"04.12.2016 12:02:49" standard.co.uk Mourinho denies wrongdoing as MPs call for inquiry into tax affairs Jose Mourinho has denied any wrongdoing after facing calls for his tax affairs to be investigated by MPs amid allegations millions of pounds were moved to a secret offshore fund to avoid paying tax. The Sunday Times said it had uncovered evidence which A spokesman for the Manchester United boss said there could be "no suggestion whatsoever" a criminal offence had been committed
"04.12.2016 12:00:01" standard.co.uk You can use up your obscure leftover drinks at a new east London bar A new bar is offering a good use for that open bottle of Bailey's and the dubious spirit... A new bar is offering a good use for that open bottle of Bailey's and the dubious spirit you brought back from a Greek island loitering in your drinks cabinet
"04.12.2016 11:41:58" standard.co.uk Morrissey slams Bank of England's use of animal fat in £5 notes Former Smiths frontman Morrissey has waded into the row over the new £5 note as he slammed the Bank of England for using animal fat in the currency. "If you feel that the use of animal flesh should not be a moral issue, then you should assert your conviction by donating your own body to the Bank Of England for decorative use in future five pound notes"
"04.12.2016 11:00:00" standard.co.uk Up to 40 feared dead after blaze broke out during warehouse rave Up to 40 people are feared dead after a blaze tore through a converted warehouse during a late night rave in Oakland. Nine bodies have been recovered so far but rescuers in the Californian city have said the death toll is expected to rise. Firefighters Firefighters are struggling to reach bodies trapped under the rubble
"04.12.2016 10:30:00" standard.co.uk Moment Australian punched kangaroo after it grabbed dog in headlock Incredible footage has emerged of the moment a man punched a kangaroo in the Australian Outback after it grabbed a dog in a headlock. Video uploaded to Facebook on Sunday showed the man jump out of a truck to confront the marsupial which is seen holding a "Them roos are wild as hell"
"04.12.2016 10:15:00" standard.co.uk Barbaric drug dealer chopped off man's thumbs with axe over debt A “sadistic” drug dealer who chopped off a man's thumbs with an axe over a debt has been jailed for life. Gym owner Stephen Bryant, 39, joked in a text message to friends “found him boys and all in "hand" LOL” days before he carried out the vicious attack He texted friends “found him boys and all in "hand" LOL” days before the attack
"04.12.2016 09:48:13" standard.co.uk Man, 21, killed and five teenagers injured in Barking horror smash A 21-year-old man was killed and five teenagers injured in a horror smash on the North Circular Road in Barking. Emergency services raced to the scene of the crash between a BMW coupe and Vauxhall Astra at around 10.30pm on Saturday. The 21-year-old BMW It happened last night at around 10.30pm
"04.12.2016 09:30:00" standard.co.uk Parents to march on Number 10 demanding action for woman held in Iran A group of north London parents are set to march on Downing Street to demand action for a British-Iranian woman who has been detained in Iran. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was jailed on unspecified charges after being arrested at Tehran Airport in April, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was jailed on unspecified charges after she and her baby daughter Gabriella visited family.
"04.12.2016 09:10:00" standard.co.uk Shocking moment elderly woman is ambushed from behind in north London This is the shocking moment a thug grabbed an elderly woman from behind and pulled her to the ground before he snatched her hand bag and fled. The victim, who is aged in her 80s, was rushed to hospital after she suffered injuries to her face and knee The victim, who is in her 80s, suffered injuries to her face and knee during the robbery
"04.12.2016 09:00:01" standard.co.uk Britain's best outdoor ice rinks for Christmas skating Nothing says 'Christmas is coming' quite like skidding onto your bum at one of Britain's best ice rinks. Strap on your skates
"04.12.2016 09:00:00" standard.co.uk Revealed: Where in London you're most likely to have your bike stolen Londoners are most likely to have their bicycles stolen from the thronging square outside Westfield Stratford City, it has emerged. New figures revealed the biek theft hotspots across London, including Hyde Park and areas popular with students. London's bike theft hotspots have been revealed
"04.12.2016 08:37:34" standard.co.uk TV actor reveals he contracted Zika while filming BBC crime drama TV comedy actor Tony Gardner has revealed he contracted the Zika virus while filming hit BBC show Death In Paradise. The Fresh Meat and Thick of It star claimed the popular crime drama, which is filmed on the Guadeloupe Islands in the Caribbean, could be The Thick of It star claimed the popular crime drama could be linked to "quite a lot" of Zika cases in the UK
"03.12.2016 22:32:00" standard.co.uk Harry Potter actress in race row for 'Jews and blacks discount' remark An actress who has starred in the Harry Potter films sparked a race row after comments made at a London autograph signing. Miriam Margoyles has been accused of making a racist joke which left a black man reportedly “humiliated” at the London Film 'Jews and blacks, they get a discount'
"03.12.2016 22:00:00" standard.co.uk Saara Aalto leaves Sharon Osbourne speechless with 'absolutely sensational' X Factor performance Singer Saara Aalto returned to her first ever X Factor song in the semi-finals of the competition. The 29 year-old from Finland delivered a scorching rendition of Sia's hit Chandelier, which first sent her through in the auditions. The powerful She covered 'Chandelier' by Sia
"03.12.2016 21:27:21" standard.co.uk Londoners dazzled by 'spectacular' sight of Venus seen by naked eye Londoners were tonight dazzled by the “spectacular” sight of the planet Venus over the capital. A clear night sky meant people living in the south east were easily able to spot the planet while others reported even glimpsing Mars. Scores of people took to Stunning
"03.12.2016 21:00:00" standard.co.uk Claudia Fragapane receives her first 10 for Lion King salsa on Strictly Come Dancing Claudia Fragapane had her best week on Strictly Come Dancing yet, earning a full ten marks from one of the judges for the first time. The Olympic gymnast performed a salsa to The Lion King classic I Just Can't Wait to be King in a week themed around The gymnast received her first full marks from Bruno Tonioli
"03.12.2016 20:35:41" standard.co.uk London man arrested after tweet calling for people to 'Jo Cox' an MP A London man, 25, has been arrested following a police probe into an alleged Twitter post calling for people to “Jo Cox” an MP. Anna Soubry, Conservative MP for Broxtowe in Nottinghamshire, contacted the police after an allegedly threatening tweet which The police launched a probe into the tweet
"03.12.2016 19:53:13" standard.co.uk Heartbroken Chapecoense fans welcome plane crash victims home Heartbreaking photos show the moment 100,000 Brazilian football fans welcomed home the bodies of victims killed in Monday's tragic Colombian plane crash. Half of the population of city Chapeco came out in force in the pouring rain to pay tribute to their Half of the city's population watched the coffins arrive home
"03.12.2016 18:39:24" standard.co.uk Dramatic rescue mission after man falls on railway tracks at West Hampstead station Police and paramedics raced to a north London station today after a man fell onto the railway line. Witnesses described dramatic scenes at West Hampstead rail station as an air ambulance was scrambled to rescue the man on Saturday afternoon. Trains were An air ambulance was scrambled
"03.12.2016 18:02:01" standard.co.uk Manchester City's Yaya Toure charged with drink driving in east London Manchester City footballer Yaya Toure has been charged with drink driving in east London. Police said that the 33-year-old Ivorian international was stopped in Dagenham on Monday night. He was charged by officers the following day. Toure, of Macclesfield, He was stopped by police in Dagenham.
"03.12.2016 18:00:00" standard.co.uk Women who have more sex have better memories In case you needed another reason to have some good old fashioned heterosexual... According to a new study
"03.12.2016 17:38:38" standard.co.uk Chelsea FC apologises 'profusely' to Gary Johnson over sex abuse Chelsea FC has “apologised profusely” to former striker Gary Johnson who was sexually abused at the club in the 1970s. The football club said Mr Johnson, who was abused while a youth team player at the club, had “suffered unacceptably” and it had “no The club said it has 'no desire to hide any historic abuse'
"03.12.2016 17:18:06" standard.co.uk Met Police officer charged with attempted rape in south London A serving Met Police officer has been charged with attempted rape. PC James McKibbin, 30, an officer in Richmond, was off duty when he allegedly carried out the attack in South Croydon. The alleged offence is said to have occurred sometime during 2012. He He was off duty when he allegedly carried out the attack
"03.12.2016 16:48:35" standard.co.uk Boy, 12, rushed to hospital after being hit by 'Royal Mail van' A 12-year-old boy has been rushed to hospital after being hit by a Royal Mail truck in central London. Police were called to the crash near Holborn Tube station on Saturday afternoon. The accident happened on Southampton Place at just before 3pm. Paramedics raced to the scene
"03.12.2016 16:29:39" standard.co.uk England secure record-equalling 14th consecutive win to finish 2016 unbeaten England have won their 14th consecutive rugby union international by beating Australia 37-21 at Twickenham, tying the record set by the World Cup-winning side of 2002-03, and ensured they would finish 2016 unbeaten. WHAT. A. YEAR. Congratulations to the England Rugby team!
"03.12.2016 16:14:49" standard.co.uk Boy stabbed in broad daylight during south London street brawl A boy has been rushed to hospital after he was stabbed in a street brawl in south London. Police raced to the scene after reports of a fight between a "large group" of youths outside the Tesco on Streatham High Road. The area has been cordoned off and A fight broke out between a large group of teenagers
"03.12.2016 15:54:16" standard.co.uk Callous south Londoner 'devastated' victim's face in acid attack A callous south Londoner who threw acid in a gang rival's face leaving him with “devastating” burns has been locked up for 12 years. Leban Elmi, 22, from Peckham, and teenager Archie Harding, from Essex, hunted out their victim while armed with a bottle Two attackers cornered the victim and threw acid in his face.
"03.12.2016 15:00:00" homesandproperty.co.uk How much London's iconic landmarks are worth in today's housing market Anyone with £60 million burning a hole in their pocket could potentially buy... Anyone with £60 million burning a hole in their pocket could potentially buy William and Kate's apartment 1A at Kensington Palace, which comes with a "granny flat" that may just be fit for a Queen
"03.12.2016 14:56:26" standard.co.uk Follow Tottenham vs Swansea City live online Tottenham welcome Swansea City to White Hart Lane this afternoon aiming to get back to winning ways. Mauricio Pochettino's have won just one of their last six Premier League fixtures and need a positive result to avoid slipping further behind their Follow live Spurs fans
"03.12.2016 14:56:02" standard.co.uk Crystal Palace vs Southampton live: Confirmed team news and updates Alan Pardew was pushed to the brink with defeat at Swansea last week, and will be desperate to halt Crystal Palace's losing run when Southampton visit Selhurst Park this afternoon. The Eagles have lost six Premier League games on the spin and will equal Follow live updates
"03.12.2016 14:54:26" standard.co.uk Driver 'miraculously' walks free after BMW overturns in Regent's Park A BMW driver “miraculously” escaped unharmed after a car they were driving flipped on its roof in Regent's Park. Paramedics were called to Inner Circle, near the entrance to Regent's University, in the royal park at 8.21am on Saturday after the blue "It was quite amazing she was not seriously injured"
"03.12.2016 14:20:46" standard.co.uk Phil Collins's ex-wife sues singer over his autobiography Phil Collins's ex-wife is taking legal action against the singer over “wholly false statements” published in his recent autobiography. Andrea Bertorelli, The Genesis star's first wife, described the book as “the final straw”, adding it "damaged her Ms Bertorelli said: "The recent publication of Phil's autobiography Not Dead Yet is the final straw"
"03.12.2016 13:56:18" Standard Sport Join us for live coverage of the England Rugby team's clash with Australia from 2:30pm
"03.12.2016 13:17:54" standard.co.uk Architect proposes 'CarTube' plan to bury London's traffic underground A London-based architect has proposed burying the city's traffic underground in radical move to combat congestion in the capital. Dubbed the “CarTube”, the idea was proposed by Lars Hesselgren and his firm PLP at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers on The idea was described as the "next best thing to teleportation"
"03.12.2016 12:49:42" standard.co.uk Poundland joins John Lewis and M&S by creating its first Christmas ad Poundland has launched its first Christmas advert as it joined the likes of John Lewis, Waitrose and Marks and Spencer. The discount chain has become the latest company to wade in on the festive frenzy as high street stores and supermarkets battle to air No celebrity soundtracks or highly-skilled animations here
"03.12.2016 12:01:32" homesandproperty.co.uk London's thriving food markets are boosting local house prices London looks its best when Christmas lights bring a magical quality to the streets, the winter sunshine shimmers off the Serpentine, carol singers make last-minute shopping just about bearable and family outings to the theatre create a buzz on the frosty The capital's buzzing street markets - and the new homes springing up around them
"03.12.2016 12:00:00" standard.co.uk Have you got FOFOPOCO? A creamy envelope waits on the hall table.
"03.12.2016 11:16:26" Standard Sport Ahead of today's clash between Chelsea Football Club and Manchester City we took a look at the rise of John Stones - the one who got away...
"03.12.2016 11:00:00" standard.co.uk Labour has 'no safe seats' amid fears over Ukip and Lib Dems Labour MPs have warned the party has “no safe seats” amid fears the party faces being crushed between Ukip and the Liberal Democrats. The stark warning came after Labour lost its deposit in the Richmond Park by-election
"03.12.2016 10:42:00" standard.co.uk London Underground fined £500K after worker plunged down lift shaft London Underground has been fined £500,000 after a maintenance worker was left seriously injured when he plunged more than 30ft down a lift shaft at a disused Tube station. The worker suffered several injuries and spent ten days in hospital after he fell The worker spent 10 days in hospital
"03.12.2016 10:30:00" standard.co.uk Paul Hollywood says his salary doubled on moving to Channel 4 The Great British Bake off star Paul Hollywood has revealed his controversial decision to move with the show to Channel 4 has doubled his salary. Mr Hollywood, a judge on the hit programme, said he was “gutted” his fellow presenters had chosen to quit "Would you work across the road? If you could double your wages, by going across the road to a rival would you?"
"03.12.2016 10:00:01" standard.co.uk KLM pilot suffers heart attack on runway An airline pilot suffered a heart attack as he taxied a plane carrying 128 people to the runway at Glasgow Airport. The captain of the KLM aircraft became unwell as he was about to depart for Amsterdam on Friday and had to be resuscitated by the crew with 128 people were on board the flight
"03.12.2016 09:56:21" standard.co.uk Veggie cafe boycotts 'repulsive' £5 note amid animal fat row A vegetarian café has revealed it will boycott the new "repulsive" £5 note in protest over it containing animal fat. Bosses at the Rainbow Café in Cambridge, opposite the prestigious King's College, said they will not accept the currency until tallow, a The cafe owner said: "This is so repulsive we are actually going to have to say that we can't take the notes in our restaurant"
"03.12.2016 09:30:00" standard.co.uk The best brunches in London: Top 25 Londoners love nothing more than a brunch, be they bottomless and boozy or vibrant and virtuous. Well, OK — especially the former. It's a great time to embrace the mid-morning meal as there have never been more of them around town to choose from. Saturday Excellent eggs and perfect pancakes await...
"03.12.2016 09:30:00" standard.co.uk Pensioner 'scared to answer door' after burglary by 'council worker' Police are hunting a thief who swiped cash from an elderly pensioner inside her own home leaving her scared to answer the door. The 86-year-old victim was left traumatised after a man who claimed to work for the local council tricked his way into her home Police said the 86-year-old victim had been left traumatised by the burglary
"03.12.2016 09:00:00" standard.co.uk Christmas lights in the capital will cheer Londoners up this weekend Londoners feeling the cold can cheer themselves up this weekend as the city is aglow with Christmas lights. The capital is now bedecked with a festive shimmer, with plenty to make shoppers smile as they tackle the task of doing their Christmas shopping. Light up the start of your Christmas this weekend
"03.12.2016 09:00:00" standard.co.uk Benedict Cumberbatch reads aloud hate mail sent to comedian Tina Fey Benedict Cumberbatch last night joined will.i.am and Olivia Colman at the V&A to read aloud Tina Fey's hilarious replies to internet trolls sent to the Mean Girls comedian. The Letters Live event in Kensington was in aid of celebrating 50 women named Watch here:
"03.12.2016 08:30:00" standard.co.uk Revealed: London's least recycling-friendly boroughs Lewisham is the capital's least recycling-friendly borough, new statistics revealed. The south-east London borough has been ranked worst for recycling domestic waste, data collected by rubbish collection company Envirowaste showed. Just 17.1 per cent of Find out how green your borough is
"03.12.2016 08:00:00" standard.co.uk Mother's agony as woman, 26, fights for life after being hit by bus The mother of a young woman fighting for life in hospital after being hit by a bus in central London has told of how her family's lives have been "changed forever". Saba Mirza, 26, was left with life-changing injuries after the bus struck her at a zebra "Our lives have been altered by this forever"
"02.12.2016 21:56:29" standard.co.uk Hamilton not surprised by Rosberg retirement Lewis Hamilton insists he is not surprised that his long-running rival Nico Rosberg has brought the curtain down on his Formula One career. World champion Rosberg, 31, stunned the sporting world on Friday after he announced his decision to retire from The British Formula One ace has given his view on today's shock announcement
"02.12.2016 21:24:16" standard.co.uk Olly Murs captured performing Heimlich manoeuvre on choking woman Dramatic footage has captured the moment Olly Murs performed a life-saving manoeuvre on a woman as she choked on food inside a restaurant. The pop singer was hailed a "hero" after video emerged of the incident when it was uploaded to social media by an One fan said: "What an incredible human being"
"02.12.2016 21:00:28" standard.co.uk Europe's longest freshwater pool to be built in London's Docklands The longest freshwater pool in Europe will be built in London's Docklands as part of a £250m campus hoping to attract the next generation of creative and tech businesses. The new workspace, dubbed Republic, will be built at East India Dock in Poplar, and The campus will house shops, bars, cafes and a large gym, as well as a number of outdoor terraces and water gardens
"02.12.2016 20:39:28" standard.co.uk Gunman storms Paris travel agency and takes seven hostages A gunman has reportedly stormed a travel agency in Paris and taken seven people hostage in a suspected robbery. Armed police have surrounded a building in the French capital amid the siege which is not believed to be linked to terrorism, a police source Contrary to earlier reports six hostages have been released following an armed siege in Paris
"02.12.2016 19:58:39" standard.co.uk Highbury and Islington station evacuated due to fire alert Highbury and Islington station has been evacuated because of a fire alert. Passengers were cleared from the north London Tube station at around 7.45pm after alarms sounded inside. Pictures shared on social media show travellers locked outside the station BREAKING
"02.12.2016 19:49:00" standard.co.uk Gunman storms Paris travel agency and takes seven hostages A gunman has reportedly stormed a travel agency in Paris and taken seven people hostage in a suspected robbery. Armed police have surrounded a building in the French capital amid the siege which is not believed to be linked to terrorism, a police source Armed police have raced to the building amid reports of a siege
"02.12.2016 19:27:51" standard.co.uk MP Anna Soubry contacts police after receiving 'Jo Cox death threat' Anna Soubry has contacted police after she received a threat via social media which apparently called for her to be murdered in the same way as Jo Cox. The Conservative MP, who has been an outspoken Remain supporter, shared it with her 31,000 followers as Ms Soubry branded the person responsible “a sad cowardly troll”
"02.12.2016 18:34:13" standard.co.uk Roads near Tube station taped off after suspect package found on bus Roads near Finsbury Park Tube station have been taped off after a suspicious item was found on a bus. Police were called to Rock Street, off Blackstock Road, at 4.50pm and closed roads because of a police incident. Journalist Rob Hastings tweeted: “So the Roads have now reopened
"02.12.2016 18:00:00" standard.co.uk Boy,14, 'shot mother and younger brother dead as they slept' A “polite” 14-year-old boy has been charged with the murders of his mother and younger brother after they were shot dead as they slept in their beds. According to court documents, Jacob Remaley dialled 911 and tried to blame the killings on his father Distraught relatives have no idea why
"02.12.2016 17:46:29" standard.co.uk Roads near Tube station taped off after suspect package found on bus Roads near Finsbury Park Tube station have been taped off after a suspicious item was found on a bus. Police were called to Rock Street, off Blackstock Road, at 4.50pm and closed roads because of a police incident. Journalist Rob Hastings tweeted: “So the BREAKING
"02.12.2016 17:30:00" standard.co.uk Former London Argos security guard elected new president of Gambia A former London security guard has been elected Gambia's new president following a shock defeat in the country's presidential elections. Adama Barrow, who reportedly worked at Argos in Holloway Road, defeated longtime president Yahya Jammeh in a surprise Mr Barrow reportedly worked on Holloway Road while he studied in the capital
"02.12.2016 17:09:00" standard.co.uk The Late Late Toy Show is Ireland's biggest cultural phenomenon you've never heard of Unless something unexpectedly trumps it in the coming weeks, The Great British Bake... It's amazing. And it's on tonight!
"02.12.2016 16:49:00" standard.co.uk Cyclist dies after hit-and-run crash in north-east London A cyclist who was seriously injured in a suspected hit-and-run in north-east London has died. A wing mirror was found by police at the scene which they believe belongs to the vehicle involved
"02.12.2016 16:29:00" standard.co.uk The Grand Tour sees Jeremy Clarkson's house blown up in 'best episode yet' The Grand Tour's latest episode was hailed as the “best yet” by fans who had been left... Fans rejoiced the return of a focus on fast cars
"02.12.2016 16:09:01" standard.co.uk Zac Goldsmith: The golden boy who lost his shine Zac Goldsmith will surely look back at 2016 as his annus horribilis. And the love of the voters
"02.12.2016 15:49:00" standard.co.uk Trains run on 'rail mail' underground line for first time in a decade Trains have run on the Post Office's underground rail lines in London for the first time... Trains have run on the Post Office's underground rail lines in London for the first time since the service was abandoned more than a decade ago
"02.12.2016 15:29:00" standard.co.uk Man 'beaten with metal pipe during shocking robbery in Upton Park' Police were hunting for two suspects after a man was allegedly beaten with a... Have you seen these men?
"02.12.2016 15:09:00" standard.co.uk Thick smog over London as air pollution hits twice normal levels This “shocking” photo shows London covered in a filthy layer of black smog as... This "shocking" photo shows London covered in a filthy layer of black smog as unusually high levels of air pollution hit the capital
"02.12.2016 14:49:00" standard.co.uk Nick Clegg: Theresa May is PM for whole of UK, not just the Brexiteers Number 10's reaction was as bone-headed as it was swift: “This result,” a... "If she doesn't show magnanimity and responsibility, Richmond could be the first of many election upsets"
"02.12.2016 14:23:01" standard.co.uk Furious passengers hit out at rail fare hike announcement Rail passengers have labelled the announcement of fare rises “an absolute joke”... Train fares will increase by an average of 2.3 per cent from January 2 next year, the rail industry has announced
"02.12.2016 14:03:01" standard.co.uk Chuka Umunna: 'Remain campaigners must drop calls for new Brexit vote' Chuka Umunna today urged Remain campaigners to abandon calls for a second... He said there are now "no safe Labour seats" after the rise of Ukip
"02.12.2016 13:42:01" standard.co.uk A Christmas tree trapped in a giant ice cube has come to King's Cross A festive, 17-foot melting 'ice cube' has appeared in Granary Square, King's... A festive, 17-foot melting ice cube has appeared in King's Cross
"02.12.2016 13:21:25" standard.co.uk New £5 note inventor slams 'stupid' vegans who complained The inventor of the new £5 note has slammed “stupid” vegans and vegetarians... "It's stupid. It's absolutely stupid"
"02.12.2016 13:01:01" standard.co.uk Ex-wife of millionaire: I'm too scared to live outside Kensington The ex-wife of a multi-millionaire told a judge she feels “insecure when I venture... She said she required a £10 million payout to meet her "reasonable needs"
"02.12.2016 12:41:01" standard.co.uk Th real reason Tom Ford won't dress Melania Trump There has been a lot of talk amongst fashion designers recently about who will... The designer has never dressed Melania, and does not intend to once she becomes FLOTUS
"02.12.2016 12:21:00" standard.co.uk 'Eddie Heath sexually abusing young players was no secret' Eddie Heath's sexual abuse was common knowledge among players at Leyton... EXCLUSIVE
"02.12.2016 12:01:00" standard.co.uk Chuka Umunna 'couldn't be happier' as he reveals his wife is pregnant Chuka Umunna today revealed his wife, Alice Sullivan, is pregnant with their first... Congratulations are in order for Chuka Umunna and his wife Alice Sullivan
"02.12.2016 11:36:00" standard.co.uk Andrew Sachs 'haunted' by prank calls from Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand Andrew Sachs was “haunted” by the offensive prank calls he received from... He said their "lewd banter was deeply hurtful" and caused "huge stress to the family"
"02.12.2016 11:16:08" standard.co.uk Tim Farron hails 'inspirational' Sarah Olney after shock Richmond win Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has hailed Sarah Olney as an "inspiration for... Tim Farron said her victory was proof that if you "roll your sleeves up and take part", you have a chance to make a change
"02.12.2016 10:54:00" standard.co.uk London's most terrifying zip wire opens with ride across the Thames Daredevils today took on London's most terrifying zip wire across the Thames... There's a 450 metre zip wire over the Thames
"02.12.2016 10:34:00" standard.co.uk Southern commuters to receive compensation after months of travel chaos Commuters who have suffered months of chaos on Southern Railway services... Finally some good news for commuters
"02.12.2016 10:16:00" standard.co.uk Dramatic moment bus engulfed in flames in blaze on busy high street This was the dramatic scene after a double-decker bus burst into flames in a busy.... Video footage shows the moments flames took hold of the London bus
"02.12.2016 09:54:00" standard.co.uk Why drinking lots of water could be bad for your health Drinking lots of water when unwell could actually be bad for your health, experts... Should you really be drinking "plenty of fluids"?
"02.12.2016 09:34:00" standard.co.uk Young man 'viciously' stabbed to death outside university halls A young man “viciously” stabbed to death outside a university hall of residence... Paramedics battled to save his life for 20 minutes at the scene before he was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead
"02.12.2016 09:14:00" standard.co.uk Andrew Sachs' funniest Fawlty Towers moments Andrew Sachs has died at the age of 86 after suffering from a four year battle with dementia. RIP
"02.12.2016 08:53:13" standard.co.uk Murder probe launched after man dies at London immigration centre A murder investigation has been launched after a man died following an assault... He was pronounced dead in hospital after the attack
"02.12.2016 08:29:26" First Family light the National Christmas Tree at the White House The Obama's light the lights for the last time ❄️⛄️
"02.12.2016 08:11:27" standard.co.uk Rail fares to rise by average of 2.3 per cent next year Train fares will rise by an average of 2.3 per cent next year, the rail industry has... Something to look forward to in the new year
"02.12.2016 07:42:24" standard.co.uk Zac Goldsmith's brother deletes tweet about 'unimaginably drab' rival Zac Goldsmith's brother deleted a controversial tweet about Liberal Democrat... The tweet in question was posted at 01:53, just minutes before the results were announced
"02.12.2016 07:19:43" standard.co.uk What you need to know about Richmond Park's new MP Sarah Olney Liberal Democrat Sarah Olney narrowly clinched Zac Goldsmith's former... The Liberal Democrats stormed to victory, while The Labour Party won less than 4% of the vote
"02.12.2016 06:56:30" standard.co.uk Larry Lamb clams up over Martin Roberts feud in awkward I'm A Celeb exit interview Larry Lamb has become the latest contestant to leave I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out... "Whatever happens, it's changed me as a person"
"02.12.2016 06:22:39" Zac Goldsmith concedes as Lib Dem's storm to victory Zac Goldsmith unseated by Liberal Democrats' Sarah Olney in the Richmond Park by-election
"02.12.2016 06:09:49" standard.co.uk Ex-Chelsea star Didier Drogba's charity to help poor people may have 'misled donors' A charity founded by ex-Chelsea footballer Didier Drogba to help poor people in... Following a seven month investigation
"02.12.2016 06:00:01" standard.co.uk Motorcyclist, 24, killed and minicab driver arrested in crash A 24-year-old man has been killed and another man arrested in a smash between a minicab and motorbike in west London. The young motorcyclist died at the scene of the crash, which happened on Sutherland Avenue in Maida Vale at around 11.20pm on Thursday His next of kin have been told.
"02.12.2016 05:30:00" standard.co.uk Fawlty Towers co-star John Cleese leads tributes to Andrew Sachs Fawlty Towers' icon John Cleese has led tributes to his co-star and Manuel actor Andrew Sachs who has died aged 86. Stars have remembered Mr Sachs, who played the clumsy Spanish waiter in the 1970s sitcom, as a "beautiful soul". Sachs, who lived in 'A very sweet, gentle and kind man'
"02.12.2016 05:11:16" standard.co.uk 'The Lib Dems are back' says leader Tim Farron after shock win Liberal Democrat Sarah Olney's shock defeat of Zac Goldsmith shows “the Liberal Democrats are back", party leader Tim Farron has declared. Sarah Olney told supporters Friday's extraordinary election result in Richmond Park was partly due to 'The message is clear'
"02.12.2016 02:45:10" standard.co.uk Disappointed Zac Goldsmith concession speech: 'I kept my promise' A disappointed Zac Goldsmith delivered his concession speech and said triggering the Richmond Park by-election was "not a political calculation". Mr Goldsmith's majority was slashed by Liberal Democrat candidate Sarah Olney who unseated him with just Zac Goldsmith was defeated by the Lib Dems
"02.12.2016 02:07:24" standard.co.uk Lib Dem Sarah Olney wins Zac Goldsmith's Richmond Park seat Liberal Democrat Sarah Olney has won Zac Goldsmith's former Richmond Park seat in an extraordinary by-election victory. Ms Olney clinched the south-west London seat by just 1,872 votes overturning Mr Goldsmith's 23,000 majority. Mr Goldsmith received The Lib Dems have unseated Zac Goldsmith
"02.12.2016 00:22:47" standard.co.uk Richmond Park by-election turnout 53.6% with result to be 'very close' The result in the Richmond Park by-election is looking to be “very close", sources at the count have reported. Initial reports suggest the fight between former MP Zac Goldsmith and Liberal Democrat rival Sarah Olney is “too close to call” as counting It's a nail-biting night for Zac Goldsmith and Sarah Olney
"01.12.2016 22:49:16" standard.co.uk Fawlty Towers star Andrew Sachs, 86, dies after secret dementia battle Actor Andrew Sachs, who played the well-loved Manuel in iconic comedy Fawlty Towers, has died aged 86. Mr Sachs, from Kilburn, died at a care home last week following a battle with dementia which he kept hidden from the public eye. His widow, Melody, 85, He made millions laugh as Manuel in Fawlty Towers
"01.12.2016 22:30:01" standard.co.uk Polls close in Richmond Park by-election as voters choose next MP Polls have now closed in Richmond Park as voters decide who will become their next elected MP. Constituents have now finished casting their votes in the high-profile by-election, which was sparked by the resignation of former MP Zac Goldsmith from the Results are expected at 2.30am
"01.12.2016 22:25:00" standard.co.uk Lady Gaga fans go wild as singer performs surprise gig at Westfield It was no perfect illusion when Lady Gaga took to the stage at an intimate London gig on Thursdsay night. The US pop superstar performed to 60 guests at Westfield, Shepherds Bush, for a one off festive bash. Gaga – real name Stefani Germanotta – Just 60 guests were treated to a performance by the Poker Face singer
"01.12.2016 22:10:00" standard.co.uk Ex-police officer who sexually assaulted children for 30 years jailed A retired Met police officer who sexually assaulted young girls over a period of more... A retired Met police officer who sexually assaulted young girls over a period of more than three decades has been jailed
"01.12.2016 22:05:24" standard.co.uk There was another double firing on The Apprentice - but only one was 'with regret' The current series of The Apprentice is reaching the later stages of the process – and it's getting tougher for the candidates. Two business hopefuls were fired this week after failing to impress Lord Sugar. The head honcho tasked the remaining Lord Sugar was on ruthless form tonight...
"01.12.2016 21:58:14" standard.co.uk Young man stabbed to death after brawl outside student halls A young man has been stabbed to death after he was knifed outside university student halls in west London. Police were called to Victoria Road in North Acton just after 6.30pm to reports of a fight and found a man in his 20s suffering from stab injuries. Stunned witnesses told how the man received life-saving treatment on the street in front of horrified bystanders
"01.12.2016 21:30:00" standard.co.uk Revealed: London hourly parking costs more than National Living Wage Hourly parking in London costs more than the National Living Wage, it has been revealed. The average hourly parking rate in the capital is £8.44, 18 per cent more than the minimum wage even after it was increased to £7.50 in the chancellor's Autumn Only one world city is above London when it comes to forking out to park your car
"01.12.2016 21:10:00" standard.co.uk Woman killed by coach near King's Cross named A 58-year-old woman who died after being hit by a coach near King's Cross station has... Anyone with information is asked to contact police
"01.12.2016 21:08:21" standard.co.uk Young man stabbed to death after brawl outside student halls A young man has been stabbed to death after he was knifed outside university student halls in west London. Police were called to Victoria Road in North Acton just after 6.30pm to reports of a fight and found a man in his 20s suffering from stab injuries. BREAKING
"01.12.2016 21:00:00" standard.co.uk 'Closure of one key stations could bring Tube network to a halt' Rush hour chaos which brought vast swathes of the Tube network to a grinding halt was caused by the closure of just one key station, an expert has said. Commuters faced “the worst delays in years” on Wednesday when at least 17 central London stations The expert said: “What we need is to cater for the growing capacity, we need extra space for all these people"
"01.12.2016 20:41:37" standard.co.uk Trafalgar Square Christmas tree slammed by disappointed Londoners Londoners have blasted this year's Trafalgar Square Christmas tree after it was unveiled to the public with critics branding it a “gherkin draped in lights”. Hundreds of excited people braved the cold weather at 6pm this evening to witness the unveiling "Norway clearly hates London"
"01.12.2016 20:30:00" standard.co.uk This on-demand cheese delivery service is a Christmas game changer Booze and gourmet food delivery services are all well and good - but what Londoners have always needed is an on-demand cheesemonger. Luckily for us, and just in time for the onslaught of Christmas, courier service app Jinn has announced the UK's first For the first time ever, time-poor Londoners will be able to order artisan cheeses direct to their door
"01.12.2016 20:10:01" standard.co.uk 'Marriage equality is vulnerable' under President Trump 'Marriage equality is vulnerable' under Donald Trump's presidency, says nephew of... EXCLUSIVE
"01.12.2016 19:59:43" standard.co.uk Harry and Rihanna tease one another while taking HIV tests Prince Harry and pop superstar Rihanna exchanged in some light teasing of one another as the high-profile pair took HIV tests together in Barbados to promote World Aids Day The duo, who shared a stage on Wednesday night during 50th anniversary Rihanna told the prince: "It's not as painful as you said this morning."
"01.12.2016 19:30:01" standard.co.uk Harvey Milk's nephew: 'Marriage equality is vulnerable' under Trump 'Marriage equality is vulnerable' under Donald Trump's presidency, says nephew of gay rights activist Harvey Milk. Stuart Milk warned of 'dark days ahead' due to a rise in anti-gay rhetoric spurred on by the US election of Trump and Vice President-elect Stuart Milk says "there are dark days ahead" following the election of Trump and Mike Pence...
"01.12.2016 19:10:00" standard.co.uk 'Closure of one key stations could bring Tube network to a halt' Rush hour chaos which brought vast swathes of the Tube network to a grinding halt... More travel chaos could be one the way
"01.12.2016 19:02:01" standard.co.uk Eleven people held hostage at gunpoint during Florida bank robbery Eleven people were held hostage at gunpoint for two hours during a failed bank robbery in Florida. The dramatic stand-off unfolded after a gunman attempted to raid the Community First Credit Union on West Edgewood Avenue in Jacksonville. The armed suspect The armed suspect reportedly pointed a gun at hostages and threatened to kill them during a failed attempted raid
"01.12.2016 18:32:16" standard.co.uk Fresh chaos for commuters as signal fault sparks huge rush hour delays Angry commuters faced fresh travel chaos after a signal fault sparked major rush hour delays at some of London's busiest stations. Pictures shared on social media showed passengers crammed onto concourses at Victoria and London Bridge following severe Another day of misery for commuters in the capital...
"01.12.2016 18:30:00" standard.co.uk London braced for freezing weekend as cold snap continues London is braced for more frosty weather and sub-zero temperatures as a cold snap... Brrrrrr
"01.12.2016 18:10:02" standard.co.uk Jailed: Gang members who boasted about guns on YouTube and TV show Three gang members who bragged on YouTube and a TV documentary about being... For more than 50 years
"01.12.2016 17:50:00" standard.co.uk Fish and chip shops urged to serve same size portions to cut obesity Fish and chip shops across Britain are being urged to serve the same size portions in a... The board is now recommending a universal portion size so that hungry customers don't accidentally over order
"01.12.2016 17:43:51" standard.co.uk Mayor issues air quality alerts for London's most polluted areas Air quality alerts have been issued in some of London's most toxic areas for the first time, Sadiq Khan has revealed. The Mayor said air quality warnings have been put in place at bus stops, Tube stations and roadsides because of what he described as Warnings have been put in place at 2,500 bus stops, all 270 Tube stations and on 140 signs next to the capital's busiest roads
"01.12.2016 17:30:02" standard.co.uk 2 nasty bugs are destroying iPhone battery life Is your iPhone battery draining superfast or switching off early? The real reason your iPhone keeps running out of battery
"01.12.2016 17:10:01" standard.co.uk Loose Women viewers 'can't watch' as Susanna Reid praises 'phenomenal' Piers Morgan Loosen Women viewers struggled to watch the ITV show as Susanna Reid joined the... Reid leapt to the defence of her co-star
"01.12.2016 16:50:00" standard.co.uk 'Wolf of Wall Street' City boss jailed for sex assaults on women A playboy finance boss who sexually assaulted two women during Wolf of Wall... A playboy finance boss who sexually assaulted two women during Wolf of Wall Street-style drunken parties at his City headquarters has been jailed
"01.12.2016 16:30:00" standard.co.uk West Ham have banned 71 thugs from the London Stadium West Ham have banned 71 thugs after crowd trouble at the London Stadium... Barred
"01.12.2016 16:09:40" standard.co.uk Why drinking Prosecco is good for your health Is there anything more satisfying than popping open a bottle of Prosecco on a Friday evening?
"01.12.2016 15:49:17" standard.co.uk More young people are watching Planet Earth II that The X Factor More young people are tuning in to watch the new series of Planet Earth than... Viewers aged 16-34 are more likely to watch David Attenborough wildlife series than X Factor
"01.12.2016 15:24:30" standard.co.uk Cyclists make up 70% of Blackfriars Bridge traffic Cyclists account for up to 70 per cent of all traffic on Blackfriars Bridge following t... As a result of the cycle superhighway
"01.12.2016 15:06:01" standard.co.uk Tributes to co-pilot and model killed in Colombia plane crash Tributes have been paid to a young co-pilot and model who was killed in the... The 29-year-old was working on the charter plane as a civilian co-pilot for the first time when it hit a mountain
"01.12.2016 14:43:01" standard.co.uk Man arrested over racist 'P***mon' stickers found on Tube network A 46-year-old man has been arrested after a series of racist mock Pokémon... British Transport Police launched an investigation last week after "disgusted" commuters discovered the stickers, branded "P***mon"
"01.12.2016 14:22:07" homesandproperty.co.uk Exclusive look inside Spire London, western Europe's tallest residential tower Residents of the tallest residential tower in western Europe won't have to leave... Residents can receive drone deliveries to their private balconies
"01.12.2016 14:03:27" standard.co.uk School bans pupils from putting their hands up to answer questions A secondary school has banned pupils from raising their hands to answer... A good idea?
"01.12.2016 13:30:01" standard.co.uk Parents warned over taking babies out in London as air pollution soars Parents in London were today advised to “take care” when taking their baby... London's "illegal" air has been described as "filthy" and "diabolical"
"01.12.2016 13:10:00" standard.co.uk Jennifer Aniston reveals the reason why a Friends reunion probably won't happen Jennifer Aniston has said social media may have ruined any chance of a Friends... And it's all our fault
"01.12.2016 12:49:11" standard.co.uk London Gay Men's Chorus sing to commuters for World AIDS Day Commuters were surprised by singers from the London Gay Men's Chorus at... Beautiful
"01.12.2016 12:21:00" standard.co.uk Man has sentence increased after calling judge a b**** in court A thug who beat and robbed an elderly couple had his sentence extended after... He was sentenced to 70 years in prison
"01.12.2016 12:00:29" standard.co.uk Airbnb to enforce limit on short-term lets over fears it's 'fuelling housing crisis' Airbnb is to ban landlords from renting out homes for more than three months a...
"01.12.2016 11:19:11" standard.co.uk The Missing writers tease plans for 'very different' story in Series 3 Now that The Missing Series 2 has (mostly) laid its maddeningly tantalising plot to rest... The Missing, but not as you know it
"01.12.2016 10:57:14" standard.co.uk Breitbart declares 'war' on Kellogg's in advertising row Right-wing website Breitbart has declared “war” on Kellogg's after the cereal... #DumpKelloggs
"01.12.2016 10:32:30" standard.co.uk Tower Hamlets school teacher 'condoned Charlie Hebdo terror attack to pupils' A teacher faces a classroom ban after he allegedly “condoned” the Charlie... He now faces a classroom ban
"01.12.2016 10:01:36" standard.co.uk Feminist filmmaker: women's rights have gone too far are now silencing men A feminist filmmaker has sparked a worldwide backlash after suggesting that... She has sparked a worldwide backlash after suggesting that women's rights movements are drowning out the voices of men
"01.12.2016 09:36:29" standard.co.uk Huge crowds at Finsbury Park as Tube commuters endure more delays Angry commuters were met with the third day of delays this week at Finsbury Park... Same story, different day
"01.12.2016 09:15:00" standard.co.uk 'Animal lover' killed 100 cats every day in meat trading business A Chinese man who claimed to be an animal-lover butchered and killed 100 cats... He tricked his customers into believing they were buying rabbit meat
"01.12.2016 08:53:43" standard.co.uk 'Pregnant' Irina Shayk covers stomach on Victoria's Secret catwalk Irina Shayk is reportedly expecting her first child with boyfriend Bradley Cooper. The 30-year-old is rumoured to be expecting her first child
"01.12.2016 08:35:15" standard.co.uk Donald Trump is assembling the wealthiest administration in US history Donald Trump is in the process of assembling the wealthiest... Despite his shock victory owing much to the working class vote
"01.12.2016 08:13:01" standard.co.uk Reading and Leeds Festival confirm first acts for 2017 The first acts have been confirmed for Reading and Leeds Festival in 2017.
"01.12.2016 07:48:18" standard.co.uk 'Motorway limit should be 50mph... and speed bumps could be banned' Speed limits should be reduced to 50mph on some sections of motorways to cut down on air pollution, a health watchdog has said. Experts at Nice also recommended that speed bumps should be removed so motorists do not create fumes by constantly breaking and Speed bumps could be removed as they cause pollution, it was claimed
"01.12.2016 07:22:15" We're LIVE at Angel Tube station where the London Gay Men's Chorus are singing for #WorldAIDsDay
"01.12.2016 06:55:15" standard.co.uk 'Worst commute in years' as 17 stations close on crippled Tube network A woman racing for a train reportedly slipped and fell from the platform at King's Cross rail station last night as commuters endured the rush hour “from hell”. At least 17 of the capital's busiest Tube stations, including a dozen in Zone 1, were shut One woman slipped and fell from the platform while rushing for a train during the chaos
"30.11.2016 22:29:55" standard.co.uk Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid join showstopping Victoria's Secret fashion show in Paris It is the most highly-anticipated fashion show of the year and boasts a cast of some of the most famous models in the world, but tonight the Victoria's Secret fashion show even surpassed its own high standards. Taking its runway to Paris for the first Catch up on tonight's fashion spectacle
"30.11.2016 22:14:54" standard.co.uk Harry and Rihanna meet in Barbados for independence celebrations Prince Harry received a surprise at celebrations to mark Barbados' independence when he came face-to-face with pop superstar Rihanna. The music megastar, who was born on the Caribbean island, was a guest at the Toast the Nation event ahead of her hugely Ever heard about the one when Harry met Rihanna?
"30.11.2016 21:47:32" standard.co.uk Bank of England 'looking at solutions' to animal fat £5 note The company behind the Bank of England's new £5 note is looking at “potential solutions” following a massive public outcry to the revelation they contain animal fat. A row broke out after the UK bank confirmed on Monday the note contains traces of tallow, The bank said they did not know the notes contained animal fat
"30.11.2016 21:30:01" standard.co.uk Wanted man taunts police by posting 'keep up if you can' on appeal A suspected thief wanted by police in south London taunted officers by commenting on his police appeal saying “keep up if you can”. Wandsworth Police put out an appeal for information about the whereabouts of 18-year-old suspect Nathan Bick on their 'Just keep up if you can,' he told police.
"30.11.2016 21:22:01" standard.co.uk Shocking moment teenager yobs wreak havoc and jump on car This is the moment three teenage boys caused havoc by jumping on a car bonnet, damaging a lamppost and bin and stealing a purse. The footage shows two boys jumping up and down on the bonnet of a blue Nissan, shaking the car, as another sits in the They are seen jumping on a car bonnet
"30.11.2016 21:07:42" standard.co.uk Fierce row over 'appalling' plan to hunt deer at east London woodland A fierce row has broken out over plans for hunters to shoot deer at east London's popular Epping Forest. People have called the decision to allow private deer hunters into the woodland to shoot the animals as “appalling” and “disgusting”. The City of 'An accident waiting to happen'
"30.11.2016 21:02:02" standard.co.uk 9 luxury cabins you'll want to bunker down in this Christmas A powerful urge to get away from it all hits most of us at this time of year. Chestnuts not included
"30.11.2016 20:42:00" standard.co.uk Moment man snatches bucket of gold worth $1.6m on packed New York road This is the moment a middle-aged man casually snatched a bucket of gold worth $1.6 million from the back of a truck in a packed New York street. Footage released by the New York Police Department (NYPD) shows a man grab the bucket from the vehicle parked He grabs the bucket and off he goes
"30.11.2016 20:22:01" standard.co.uk Activists protest top London architect over council estates speech Furious activists gathered outside the office of leading architect Patrik Schumacher... The architect blasted "free-riding" central London council tenants saying they should be moved
"30.11.2016 20:02:01" standard.co.uk You can now get personalised Marmite Just in time for the Christmas shopping rush, Marmite has revealed it is bringing its... You'll either love it or hate it
"30.11.2016 19:51:01" standard.co.uk Cyclist 'serious but stable' after being hit by a bus in east London A cyclist has been hit by a bus in a serious crash in Hackney. Police were called to the junction of Old Street and Great Eastern Street on Wednesday evening. Ambulances were spotted at the scene treating the female cyclist. She is in a serious but stable Police and ambulances are at the scene
"30.11.2016 19:42:01" standard.co.uk Dangerous driver killed elderly man by running him over twice A dangerous driver who ran over and killed a pensioner who was crossing a zebra crossing has been jailed for three years. Al-Karim Visram, 38, knocked down the 78-year-old man before driving over the injured victim's legs leaving him with a broken neck, The victim, 78, was knocked over on a zebra crossing
"30.11.2016 19:31:38" standard.co.uk Commuters face chaos after Tube stations shut amid crowding fears Commuters face rush hour chaos after several major Tube stations were evacuated. Transport for London said King's Cross, Oxford Circus and Euston were all shut to prevent overcrowding on a day of mayhem across the capital's underground network. The Rush hour mayhem tonight as stations evacuated
"30.11.2016 19:22:01" standard.co.uk Tube delays 'as doors fail to close because of the cold' Plunging temperatures caused travel disruption today with Tube delays blamed on train... Plunging temperatures caused travel disruption today with Tube delays blamed on train doors failing to close because of the cold
"30.11.2016 19:15:00" standard.co.uk Voters heckle Bob Geldof as he drums up Lib Dem support in Richmond Bob Geldof was heckled by Richmond voters as he joined the campaign trail to pledge his support for the Liberal Democrats in the upcoming by-election. The Boomtown Rats singer joined the campaign trail today
"30.11.2016 19:02:02" standard.co.uk Pervert pretending to be Hollywood exec prowled school to groom girls A sexual predator who lurked outside a west London school preying on girls has been... Jailed
"30.11.2016 18:42:02" standard.co.uk Australian 'breast implant' handed to police turns out to be jellyfish A breast implant handed to Australian police by a man who thought it was criminal evidence turned out to be a jellyfish. The concerned man handed the item to officers in Queensland after believing it to be evidence of a drowning or even murder. A breast implant handed to Australian police by a man who thought it was criminal evidence turned out to be a jellyfish
"30.11.2016 18:37:01" standard.co.uk Big Mac inventor Michael 'Jim' Delligatti dies aged 98 The man who created the iconic burger has died
"30.11.2016 18:22:00" standard.co.uk Thug murdered disabled man by hitting him with golf club A "brutal" thug who battered a disabled man with a golf club and set his home on fire... He was arrested more than six months after the attack
"30.11.2016 18:02:37" standard.co.uk Man shot dead after being attacked during mass brawl in south London Scotland Yard has launched a murder inquiry after a man shot during a mass brawl in south London died in hospital. Police said the 28-year-old man was gunned down after violence erupted at Brigstock Function Room in London Road, Thornton Heath on Sunday. A 28-year-old man has been shot dead.
"30.11.2016 17:41:21" standard.co.uk Arsenal fans warned of travel chaos at Finsbury Park amid Tube delays Arsenal fans and commuters faced travel misery as the Piccadilly and Victoria lines were hit by major problems. Transport bosses warned Gunners fans heading to their side's home game against Southampton that their journeys were likely to be disrupted The Victoria and Piccadilly Lines have been hit with major delays
"30.11.2016 17:22:00" standard.co.uk You can finally download films and TV shows on Netflix Netflix is allowing films and TV shows to be downloaded and watched offline. Finally
"30.11.2016 17:02:00" standard.co.uk City worker left for dead after skull cracked in 'street attack' KPMG Japan specialist Christopher Mapleston, 29, suffered a cracked skull and a slas... A young city worker was left fighting for his life after being left for dead in a south London street
"30.11.2016 16:42:00" standard.co.uk Incomes in two London boroughs soar faster than anywhere in UK Household disposable incomes are rising faster in the rapidly gentrifying south London boroughs of Southwark and Lewisham than anywhere else in Britain, new research reveals today. They went up by 5.3 per cent on average last year from £19,711 to £20,756 New research has revealed
"30.11.2016 16:22:00" standard.co.uk Zara Philips and Mike Tindall are expecting their second child Zara and Mike Tindall are expecting a second child, a spokeswoman for the couple... A new royal baby is on the way
"30.11.2016 16:02:06" standard.co.uk City's tallest skyscraper 'could be made in Britain' The City's tallest towerould be “made in Britain”, the skyscraper's architect... Made in the UK
"30.11.2016 15:42:00" standard.co.uk Paramedics not sent to thousands of London 999 calls Paramedics are not being dispatched to thousands of 999 calls as London... Paramedics are not being dispatched to thousands of 999 calls as London Ambulance Service struggles to cope with a record number of emergencies
"30.11.2016 15:21:01" standard.co.uk 'Isis fanatics planned to feed poison ice-cream to kindergarten kids' An alleged Islamic State plot to feed poisoned ice cream to kindergarten children...
"30.11.2016 15:09:43" Standard Sport IT'S OFFICIAL! Gareth Southgate is the new manager of the England football team
"30.11.2016 15:01:00" standard.co.uk Café hits back in row over 'Nutzy' smoothies with swastika labels A female customer confronted the store's manager, who told her the offensive... A trendy east London café has hit back in a row over smoothies being sold with swastika labels on their bottles
"30.11.2016 14:41:00" standard.co.uk Piers Morgan praised for defending Susanna Reid from Eric Bristow Piers Morgan won over a legion of fans after he hit out at Eric Bristow for referring to Susanna Reid as “darling” during an explosive Good Morning Britain interview. During an explosive Good Morning Britain interview
"30.11.2016 14:20:31" standard.co.uk Hydrogen powered double-decker bus to be trialled in London A hydrogen powered double decker is to be trialed in London next year as Sadiq... Sadiq Khan unveiled the new hydrogen-cell model ahead of a zero-emissions bus summit at City Hall today
"30.11.2016 14:02:00" standard.co.uk Teenager appears on This Morning saying she will sell her virginity Viewers of This Morning were shocked when a teenage girl revealed she would... For one million euros
"30.11.2016 13:42:00" standard.co.uk Heathrow Airport hit by 'monster' queues amid border staff shortage Holidaymakers have hit out at “monster” queues at Heathrow immigration amid... Yet more travel woes
"30.11.2016 13:22:00" standard.co.uk Anger of rail passengers over major Christmas work Rail travellers have said they “already suffered enough” after plans to effectively... "We've suffered enough"
"30.11.2016 13:02:00" standard.co.uk X Factor's Honey G pulled from interview over 'credibility' questions X Factor reject Honey G was pulled off air midway through a radio interview after... She was pulled off air midway through an interview
"30.11.2016 12:42:01" standard.co.uk Shard captured during spectacular sunrise as London wakes to frost The sun lit up the Shard as Britain's tallest skyscraper was bathed in a... The sunrise over London was spectacular this morning
"30.11.2016 12:21:43" standard.co.uk Eric Bristow apologises for football sex abuse comments Darts legend Eric Bristow has apologised for labelling victims of the football sex... But claims "it may all be worth it"
"30.11.2016 12:02:37" standard.co.uk Major rail work will hit Christmas travel plans for millions The boss of Network Rail today warned train passengers they face a “crescendo”... Festive
"30.11.2016 11:43:54" standard.co.uk Dozens of firefighters tackling blaze at office block in Fleet Street Dozens of firefighters tackled a blaze at an office block under construction on... BREAKING
"30.11.2016 11:16:25" standard.co.uk Zac Goldsmith hit by his own car on way to Richmond Park by-election hustings Zac Goldsmith limped into the last hustings of the Richmond Park by-election an... Zac Goldsmith limped into the last hustings of the Richmond Park by-election an hour late after being struck by his own car
"30.11.2016 10:47:52" standard.co.uk Woman jumps out of moving plane after opening emergency exit A woman jumped out of a moving plane in front of shocked passengers as it... "A lady on this flight just opened the door and jumped out of the plane"
"30.11.2016 10:30:01" standard.co.uk Inside the Obama's last Christmas at the White House Michelle Obama kicked off Christmas in the White House as she welcomed... Michelle Obama welcomes families to White House to launch final Christmas
"30.11.2016 10:10:11" standard.co.uk Vegans dealt fresh blow as new £10 note will also contain animal fat Vegans were dealt a fresh blow today as the Bank of England confirmed that the... The Bank of England confirmed this week that the new £5 note contains traces of tallow
"30.11.2016 09:36:56" standard.co.uk 'Chaos' at Finsbury Park station as commuters face more misery Commuters described “chaos and overcrowding” at Finsbury Park Tube station... The scene at Finsbury Park station this morning had been described as "dangerous"
"30.11.2016 09:17:00" standard.co.uk Temperatures plunge to -9C across UK... but London escapes the worst Temperatures plunged to –9C in parts of the UK overnight but London escaped... You may have noticed it's cold outside
"30.11.2016 08:57:01" standard.co.uk This website can 'delete you from the internet' A website has been created that claims it allows users to delete their entire internet history in just a few clicks. The news comes after the House of Lords passed the Investigatory Powers Bill - which will allow the Government to view the details and internet browsing history of all UK citizens
"30.11.2016 08:38:00" standard.co.uk 'Gentle giant' moped rider, 16, killed in hit-and-run A 16-year-old moped rider killed in a hit-and-run was today described as a “gent... The teen was left critically injured after his moped collided with a car
"30.11.2016 08:15:38" standard.co.uk Brexit 'may never happen,' insists Polish minister after London visit Brexit may never happen and Britain should stay in the European Union for as long as possible, Poland's foreign minister has said. Witold Waszczykowski said it is in Poland's interest that Britain remains a member of the EU and pays into the bloc's budget Does Brexit really mean Brexit?
"30.11.2016 07:51:38" standard.co.uk Commuters face fresh rush hour chaos as delays hit five Tube lines Tube commuters are braced for another morning of rush hour travel chaos after disruption hit several London Underground lines. Signal failures sparked severe delays on the Victoria, Northern and District lines, while the Piccadilly line and Central lines There are problems on five Tube lines this morning...
"30.11.2016 07:30:16" standard.co.uk Revealed: London has the WORST traffic of any city in Europe London now has worse traffic congestion than anywhere else in Europe, a new study reveals today. The capital has more congestion “hotspots” - a total of 12,776 - than anywhere else in Europe, and they are having more of an impact on drivers' ability to The capital has more congestion “hotspots” than anywhere else in Europe
"30.11.2016 06:45:29" standard.co.uk Two men stabbed during row outside bar in Old Street Police are hunting a man after the attack
"29.11.2016 23:10:00" standard.co.uk Man gives away air miles so people can fly home for Christmas for free We all know that Christmas is a time for family, but what happens if you can't afford to... :)
"29.11.2016 22:50:00" standard.co.uk Man 'wielding axe' dies after being shot by police in Hull The police watchdog confirmed the man had died.
"29.11.2016 22:33:00" standard.co.uk Rillington Place viewers complain they can't hear dialogue in BBC show Viewers tuning in to new BBC crime drama Rillington Place complained they could not hear the show's dialogue and moaned of “mumbling actors” and “dreadful audio”. The three-part primetime drama – telling the story of serial killer John Christie - drew in 'Mumble mumble'
"29.11.2016 22:18:50" standard.co.uk Jordan Banjo says Larry Lamb is 'like a father' to him as he leaves I'm A Celebrity Jordan Banjo has left the I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here jungle. The dancer is known as a member of Britain's Got Talent group Diversity, and lasted 18 days in the camp. “The whole experience has been so overwhelming,” he told Ant and Dec. “It's The Diversity star is the latest person to leave jungle camp.
"29.11.2016 22:02:00" standard.co.uk 20 of the best winter sun destinations If freezing temperatures and dark days in London are getting you down, it might be time to start thinking about getting some winter sun. ☀️☀️☀️
"29.11.2016 21:42:01" standard.co.uk Millennials now date six people at once, study suggests Just when you thought 2016 couldn't get any worse, fresh research has revealed... Brilliant.
"29.11.2016 21:22:00" standard.co.uk Police warn women after terrifying string of street sex attacks Police are warning women to stay alert after a spate of street sex attacks in north London. The female victims claim they were grabbed and sexually assaulted by strangers as they walked alone in Barnet. Five terrifying sex assaults – including three which Five women claim they were grabbed in the street by strangers
"29.11.2016 21:02:01" standard.co.uk Chelsea launches probe into former employee amid sex abuse claims Chelsea have launched an investigation into one of its former employees as the Football Association examines allegations of historical child sex abuse in the sport. The Premier League outfit said it had asked lawyers to carry out a probe on an individual Chelsea FC have launched an investigation
"29.11.2016 20:42:00" standard.co.uk Rillington Place is the new BBC drama to keep you hooked If you're dreading the end of The Missing, the BBC has got another crime drama to keep you hooked. Introducing your new favourite TV series
"29.11.2016 20:39:38" standard.co.uk Cheryl fuels pregnancy rumours as she joins Liam Payne at carol concert Cheryl stepped out in a figure hugging dress hours after TV star Lorraine Kelly urged her to speak out about her pregnancy rumours. The 33-year-old singer joined her boyfriend Liam Payne as she walked the red carpet at Quintessentially Foundation's Annual The celeb couple were all smiles as they arrived at the charity bash
"29.11.2016 20:22:01" standard.co.uk Justin Bieber fans panic as tube chaos affects travel to Purpose World Tour gig Justin Bieber fans were thrown into panic on Tuesday night as they feared travel chaos would prevent them from making it to the singer's London gig. 'Please don't start without us...we're stuck in traffic'
"29.11.2016 20:02:00" standard.co.uk From alt-right to neo-populism: the new political lexicon explained With only weeks to go before Donald Trump moves his rococo furniture into the White... Do you know your alt-right from your alt-Reich?
"29.11.2016 19:44:02" standard.co.uk Brooklyn Beckham announces release of debut book What I See Brooklyn Beckham has announced plans to release his debut photography book. The 17-year-old star will release What I See with publishers Penguin Random House in May 2017. The book will consist of up to 300 images taken by Beckham, as well as exclusive new The 17-year-old is an aspiring photographer
"29.11.2016 19:24:00" standard.co.uk Londoners capture stunning pictures of frost in the capital's parks Eagle-eyed Londoners had their cameras at the ready as the capital woke to widespread frost caused by freezing temperatures. Amateur photographers celebrated the wintry conditions on social media by sharing stunning images taken from London's parks on London was beautifully frosty this morning
"29.11.2016 19:02:00" standard.co.uk Theses are the best mince pies you'll eat this Christmas The crumbly, fruity mince pie is a Christmas staple in almost every household. Tried and tested
"29.11.2016 18:53:48" standard.co.uk Woman in her 60s killed in crash with coach at Kings Cross A woman has died after being hit by a coach near Kings Cross. The female pedestrian, who is in her 60s, was pronounced dead at the scene on Midland Road, next to St Pancras International station on Tuesday afternoon. A police cordon is in place around She was pronounced dead at the scene.
"29.11.2016 18:22:00" standard.co.uk Police threaten to subject drunk drivers to Nickleback over Christmas Drunk drivers will be subjected to rockers Nickleback if they are caught over the limit... A fitting punishment?
"29.11.2016 18:11:26" Charles Dickens Museum decorated for Christmas Ready for Christmas? Charles Dickens' home is...
"29.11.2016 18:02:01" standard.co.uk Tarantula found in bunch of bananas delivered to north London hospital A tarantula was found hidden in a bunch of bananas at a north London hospital. Terrified catering staff at the Royal Free Hospital in Camden made the shocking discovery while unloading a delivery on Thursday. The stowaway spider – which can have a massive The terrifying spider was caught by hospital staff.
"29.11.2016 17:42:00" standard.co.uk Moment trucker smashes lorry window with spade during road rage clash This is the shocking a moment a truck driver reversed into a lorry and smashed its... Watch the footage here:
"29.11.2016 17:22:00" standard.co.uk Woman's nose broken after 'unprovoked' attack by man at station A woman suffered a broken nose after she was punched in the face by a cyclist who... Anyone with with information is asked to contact police
"29.11.2016 17:02:00" standard.co.uk More Tube staff vote to walk-out in fresh strike action More Tube staff are set to walk-out in a fresh strike, a union announced on Tuesday. London Underground workers have voted to go on strike in a row over ticket office closures, jobs and safety
"29.11.2016 16:42:00" standard.co.uk Tube chaos on Piccadilly Line to continue for weeks Tube chaos on the Piccadilly Line is set to continue for weeks hitting passengers... TfL confirms
"29.11.2016 16:21:14" standard.co.uk Commuters braced for rush hour chaos after person is hit by train London commuters have been warned to expect rush hour chaos after a person was... Police were called just after 2.30pm on Tuesday after a person was struck by a freight train
"29.11.2016 16:03:50" Evening Standard - Lifestyle Chocolate + caramel + shortbread... what's not to love? How to make Chocolate and Caramel Shortbread Sandwiches
"29.11.2016 15:40:46" World's first 'emotionally powered' shop opens in London. The world's first 'emotionally powered' shop has opened in London. We went to take a look...
"29.11.2016 15:20:08" standard.co.uk Horrifying wreckage of plane after crash killed Brazilian footballers This was the scene after wreckage of a plane carrying a Brazilian football team... At least 76 people were killed when the plane came down
"29.11.2016 14:51:02" standard.co.uk Holborn Tube station evacuated after fire alert A busy central London Tube station was evacuated after a fire alert. BREAKING
"29.11.2016 14:29:00" standard.co.uk Eric Bristow dropped by Sky after Twitter rant about sex abuse victims Darts pundit Eric Bristow has been dropped by Sky over a “disgusting” and... He has been labelled "disgusting" and "homophobic"
"29.11.2016 14:09:01" standard.co.uk Made in Chelsea star suspended after 'snorting white substance' in video Made In Chelsea star Olivia Bentley has been suspended from the show after a... She has been suspended from the show after a video emerged of her appearing to snort a white substance
"29.11.2016 13:49:01" standard.co.uk Bizarre footage of clingy fox following London man home from night out This bizarre clip shows the moment a cheeky fox attempted to befriend a... ... and having a kip in his lap
"29.11.2016 13:29:00" standard.co.uk World's oldest person turns 117... as her doctor reveals her secrets The world's oldest person is celebrating her 117th birthday, and her doctor has... She is the last living person born in the 1800s
"29.11.2016 13:09:00" standard.co.uk New Brexit row as Polish minister says Britain may not leave EU until 2020 Theresa May's secret Brexit plans are “slipping out day by day”, as a Polish... "The case for Government to come clean and publish a clear plan for Brexit is now overwhelming"
"29.11.2016 12:48:50" standard.co.uk Vegans outraged by new £5 note Vegans plan to boycott the new plastic £5 note after it was revealed it contains animal fat. People have said they will start refusing the new fiver as payment
"29.11.2016 12:23:08" standard.co.uk 150,000 antelope die from disease in three days during filming of Planet Earth II A BBC TV crew witnessed the death of 150,000 Antelope over the space of three... Producers said it was "was devastating for the crew"
"29.11.2016 12:04:19" standard.co.uk Former soldier, 89, is looking for a job to 'stop him dying of boredom' An 89-year-old military veteran placed an advert in a local paper in search for a job to stop him “dying of boredom” at home alone after his wife died. Joe Bartley, from South Devon, sent the ad into the Herald Express newspaper because he couldn't face Joe Bartley lost his wife two years ago and doesn't want to sit about doing nothing. He wants a job
"29.11.2016 11:43:44" standard.co.uk City centre on lockdown after 'man with axe' shot by police Streets in Hull city centre were placed on lockdown after a man was shot by police. Witnesses described seeing an injured man with an axe in the street after hearing what sounded like gunshots
"29.11.2016 11:28:31" standard.co.uk Mother paralysed by hit-and-run driver: what kind of evil person could do this? A mother-of-two paralysed from the waist down in a hit-and-run crash said today... Chanelle Higgins was left with life-changing injuries after hit-and-run. Today she said she is living in hell
"29.11.2016 11:07:44" standard.co.uk Southern Rail strike to be even worse than feared next week Hundreds of thousands of Southern Railway passengers face even worse... Be prepared
"29.11.2016 10:40:08" standard.co.uk University Challenge viewers seriously unimpressed as Paxman mispronounces Don Quixote For teams entering University Challenge, it's not just the tricky questions that are... "Shameful"
"29.11.2016 10:19:23" standard.co.uk Fist look at Pirelli's 'real and truthful' calendar Nicole Kidman led star names including Julianne Moore, Robin Wright and Uma... "This is what it is to be 49"
"29.11.2016 09:55:08" standard.co.uk Ohio university knife attacker's angry Facebook rants revealed A Somali refugee who carried out a car-ramming and stabbing rampage at a US university told how he was “sick and tired of seeing my fellow Muslim brothers being killed and tortured” just before he launched the attack. Abdul Razak Ali Artan, 18, crashed He was shot dead by police after launching an attack at Ohio State campus
"29.11.2016 09:32:11" standard.co.uk Rush hour misery for rail commuters sparked by signal failure Rail passengers today faced rush hour misery on a major commuter route into... Yet more travel chaos