The Evening Standard Reviews
Description:Newspapers. The Evening Standard is a British tabloid regional newspaper published and sold in London and surrounding areas of southeast England. It is dominant as a London local daily paper, with a strong City (i.e. financial) emphasis as well as carrying ... more
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Customer The Evening Standard Reviews (23)
by - written on 19/08/08 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I live in London and I spend a lot of time abroad on business. I cannot think of many things I miss about London, but surely the newspaper "Evening Standard" is one of those very few, or may be the only one! The Evening Standard is published 5 times during the day, and it can be bought starting around Midday. I admire them for the fact that they bring you fresh news of the day with full coverage, photos and all the rest. Some time things happen at 10am and they are in the paper at 3pm. They only publish it from Monday to Friday, each day they have a supplement on a different topic. I like the one on property. I think it is fair to describe ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/08 (Very useful, 41 readings)
This is my paper- I religiously buy it from whatever supermarket I am in, every day of the week. The Evening Standard, as far as I am aware, is a paper which is available for people who live in London, Unfortunately you wont be able to buy this if your not within the M25ish area. The paper overall is in my view, quite trashy, its a very general paper which reports on what's going on daily to the people who are in London, weather its a women being pushed onto a train track by smoking 'youths' or daily reports on David Cameron's wear abouts (He seems to be their favourite person at the moment) or the occasional stories across the UK and rest of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/01, updated on 05/06/01 (Very useful, 221 readings)
The best thing about the standard is the amazing ability of their newsdesk to turn around stories. They can have a full report, plus pic, on a paper available across London just hours after a story breaks. I have to say that as a journalist, I was always impressed by this - and having now worked there, I am even more so. The Evening Standard publishes several issues a day. The first one comes on sale about 10ish and my advice is don't bother buying it till after about 1pm. The shifts start at 9am, so that their morning edition is put together the night before and updated using wires and there's rarely anything fresh in it. The later editions are the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/00, updated on 07/09/00 (Very useful, 115 readings)
If you live or work in London, this is definitely the paper for you, with several editions a day, it keeps you right up to date with all the local and national news. It is a high quality tabloid and at only 35p it is great value for money as it comes with useful free supplements several times a week. Monday's paper comes with a job supplement, "Just The Job", great for all the latest London job vacancies. Wednesday's has "Homes & Property", a great read if you're trying to buy or sell in London & beyond. Thursday' supplement "HOT TICKETS" is the most useful, if you buy this paper once in the week, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/01, updated on 28/06/01 (Very useful, 146 readings)
For anyone who has ever lived or worked in London, "Standard!" is a familiar sound. So too is "Staaaaaaaaaaaa!" which is what a lot of vendors actually shout, saving valuable millilitres of breath. (If breath is measured in millilitres, which it probably isn't). Anyway, by way of explanation for those who have never had the pleasure of calling our capital home: these crazed salespeople are referring to the Evening Standard, which is London's 'local' paper and an excellent one at that. “The Evening Standard is a truly marvellous publication. Discuss.” One of the Standard’s most impressive abilities ... Read the complete review
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